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


Mr. Hodden quickly found that the appeal to Cæsar was not well timed.

Only that thrust was deep and well timed; it saved the whole command.

On the whole he thinks that the second expedition was not well timed.

As we had been fasting nearly two days, her hospitality was well timed.

Bonsecours' command had been well timed, for up and down the line other men bearing stretchers bounded forward.

It was very clear now to Frances Forsyth that Mrs. Bladon's manœuvre had been well timed.

It will be a great parliamentary fight, and my paper will be well timed.

Never before nor since had a builder so well timed a gathering of admiring ecclesiastics.

It ought of course to have been reserved for the Congress, but as far as we are concerned it is well timed.'

The biographer of Thomson has remarked that an author's life is best read in his works; his observation was not well timed.