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In May, Peloton Chief Executive Officer John Foley said Covid-19 forced the company to rethink its product launch timing.

From Fortune

It's the latest sign of a long-simmering dispute within the government about the timing and scope of the government's attack on the Silicon Valley behemoth.

The timing of the high-profile campaign has stoked lively discussions about food shortages.

From Ozy

Finally, the timing of the outbreaks also likely contributed to the national story.

From Eater

The timing of these events helps planetary scientists to monitor the movements of the Martian moons and to predict their fate.

To the uninitiated, this might smack of poor taste and inappropriate timing.

When Lewis was shipped off to Vietnam, his son was just three months old, and the timing of the assignment worried Lewis.

The estimated ship date of the gadget is December 2014—perfect timing to say sayonara to smoking forever.

That is, if Republicans have a history of timing their exits, then so should Democrats.

For Ankara to allow a suicide bomber through to launch a flagrant attack at this moment also would appear to be odd timing.

Grace can only be gained by a perfect timing of the steps to the music, and also evenness of step.

His idea of wit, claims we have occupied camp all summer for sake of timing burros when they come to waterhole.

An amateur photographer insists that a timing clock in the darkroom is a needless luxury.

Aviation engines are timed by using a timing disc attached to the crank-shaft as they are not provided with fly-wheels.

It is difficult to provide sufficient clearance when using a chain without rendering the timing less accurate and positive.

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On this page you'll find 310 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to timing, such as: adjust, assess, average, calibrate, check, and compute.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.