time[ tahym ]SEE DEFINITION OF time
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TIME
The old man read it and for a time mused himself into seeming oblivion.
There was no time barren enough of sensation to reason about it.
And he had hoped so cheerfully all the time to do something.
A second and a third time the Ethiopian touched him with his wand, and spoke in whispers.
Oh, I was an Indian in my time—a reg'ler measly hop-pickin' Siwash at that.
For some time after the interview with his father, Paralus remained very wakeful.
Half a dozen of Percival's friends sat at the table with them from time to time.
Not of age—merely of time; for here was no senility, no quavering or fretful lines.
She certainly knew he was liable to go at any time, in exactly the way he did go.
And the third time I said, 'Behold the winged separates from that which hath no wings.'