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synonyms for sooner

  • directly
  • early
  • instantly
  • promptly
  • quickly
  • rapidly
  • shortly
  • speedily
  • presently
  • anon
  • any minute now
  • before long
  • betimes
  • by and by
  • coming down the pike
  • ere long
  • expeditiously
  • fast
  • fleetly
  • forthwith
  • hastily
  • in a little while
  • in a minute
  • in a second
  • in a short time
  • in due time
  • in short order
  • in time
  • lickety-split
  • on time
  • posthaste
  • pronto
  • quick
  • short
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antonyms for sooner

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  • late
  • later
  • distant
  • far
  • never
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How to use sooner in a sentence

Speed is essential in transplant surgery, because the sooner donor tissue is connected to the recipient’s vascular system, the less time it is denied a blood supply.
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Based on recent Facebook Audience Network research, the sooner publishers adopt bidding, the quicker they can establish their own competitive advantage.
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The sooner a variant is singled out, the sooner researchers can study cases and determine whether it leads to more severe symptoms.
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The transition will be disruptive, but the sooner industry leaders recognize the reality of it, the better they can mitigate the economic fallout that will inevitably come.
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I had no sooner stepped upon the frail structure when it suddenly and unaccountably gave way in the middle.
THE PIT TOWN CORONET, VOLUME I (OF 3)CHARLES JAMES WILLS
No sooner was the meeting at an end, than he left the Banking-house, and turned his steps towards home.
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It was no sooner accomplished, than Ripperda was on the top of the ladder, and in a few seconds by his side.
THE PASTOR'S FIRE-SIDE VOL. 3 OF 4JANE PORTER
No; they shall stay at home, and never learn anything, sooner than go and get wet.
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No sooner was the ceremony over than the wicked count ordered her to present herself at the castle.
THE PIT TOWN CORONET, VOLUME I (OF 3)CHARLES JAMES WILLS
Louis had no sooner reached the window, than he would have thrown himself from the flinty butments upon the top of the precipice.
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WORDS RELATED TO SOONER

  • afore
  • aforetime
  • ahead
  • ante
  • antecedently
  • anteriorly
  • back
  • before present
  • ere
  • fore
  • former
  • formerly
  • forward
  • gone
  • gone by
  • heretofore
  • in advance
  • in days of yore
  • in front
  • in old days
  • in the past
  • past
  • precendently
  • previous
  • previously
  • since
  • sooner
  • up to now
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