meantime

[ meen-tahym ]SEE DEFINITION OF meantime

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEANTIME

Meantime the stronghold of Mauburn's optimism was being desperately stormed.

Meantime a white film of fog spread down the bay from the northward.

In the meantime, I will go to Chatterton, and take all necessary precautions.

In the meantime, three days had put the gelding in very fair condition.

Meantime, as their faces are now turned from me, I may look elsewhere.

In the meantime the morning was brightening rapidly, and Dozier led out his men.

In the meantime someone had picked up the trail to the cliff, and Dozier followed it.

Meantime, Sir William steers his course towards the town dock.

In the meantime we are only working toward that end, but toward it we are working.

In the meantime, if it be any pleasure to you to know it, I trust you heartily.

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