Thesaurus / well timed
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This well timed compliment was received with shouts of applause from the ranks.
Cheerful intelligence, surely, and well timed to put men and officers upon their fighting mettle!
PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF A CAVALRYMANJ. H. (JAMES HARVEY) KIDD
Yet the expedition was well timed for the purpose of destroying the growing crops of the enemy.
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONJOHN FISKE
Man's conviction should be strong, and so well timed that worldly advantages may seem to have no share in it.
He might still, by a well timed and useful treason, earn his pardon from the foes of the government.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
He had had a misgiving, before, that Aunt Ri's kindly volubility had not been well timed.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
Even a single sowing, well timed, will generally furnish cuttings through the most favorable part of the season.
THE CAULIFLOWERA. A. CROZIER
Her escape was well timed; the train for the city, the midnight express, was due in twenty minutes.
MADELINE PAYNE, THE DETECTIVE'S DAUGHTERLAWRENCE L. LYNCH
It was well conceived, well timed, and cordially delivered—and it got its reward.
THE AMERICAN CLAIMANTMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
The truth is, however unwilling his victims may have been to admit it, that his attack was only too well timed.
THE BOOKLOVER AND HIS BOOKSHARRY LYMAN KOOPMAN