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Early

Pronunciation of Early
/ˈɜːlɪ/, /ˈɜːlɪ/, /ˈɜː_l_ɪ/

Antonyms for early

de relict, newly, worn, dis regardful, present, most longdelayed, too late, un paid, most offending, overdue, postponed, un punctual, most exanimate, most born-again, out luck, late, more ex, ex, full-blown, over due, more procrastinating, more ex-, most long-delayed, full-scale, not punctual, more eleventh hour, delayed, out-standing, long-delayed, over-due, slow, just out, more laggard, higher, more eleventhhour, be-lated, most laggard, in bind, in animate, by gone, most ex, eleventhhour, more loitering, more detained, in a bind, ex-, most eleventh-hour, lastminute, defaultant, more dawdling, out standing, complex, past, missed boat, middle, un-punctual, more unpunctual, tardy, most procrastinating, in lurch, be lated, behind time, re cent, recently, out of luck, most behind, most unpunctual, more long-delayed, pre-ceding, most defaultant, high, de-ceased, most dawdling, de parted, un-paid, strapped for time, most long delayed, longdelayed, full-fledged, un-settled, exanimate, more longdelayed, freshly, more long delayed, intervening, more lastminute, not arrived, last-minute, belated, un settled, ex animate, de-parted, more sometime, more defaultant, unpunctual, future, more last minute, pre ceding, lately, long delayed, later, de ceased, unpaid, red handed, in the lurch, most stayed, Dilatorily, ex-animate, not done, more last-minute, most loitering, most last minute, re prehensible, old, more behind, most ex-, new, by-gone, in-animate, behindhand, more stayed, missed the boat, more exanimate, most sometime, most detained, most last-minute, dis-regardful, most lastminute, delinquent, de-relict, more offending, more eleventh-hour, re-prehensible.

Usage examples for early

  1. As we walked home together in the early morning, Harlson told me more of the young lady. – A Man and a Woman by Stanley Waterloo
  2. So early you should say. – The Lost Lady of Lone by E.D.E.N. Southworth
  3. Well, I think I'll close here a little early and let my people go on home. – The Samurai Strategy by Thomas Hoover

Idioms for early

  1. an early bird;
  2. early bird;
  3. bright and early
  4. like turkeys voting for ( an early) Christmas;
  5. gotta get up pretty early in the morning to ( do sth);

Quotes for early

  1. God gives all to those, who get up early.
  2. As early as when I was five or six I wanted to perform.
  3. I grew up in the early '70s in New England.
  4. I was born in '74, so I missed out on all the great early '60s and early '70s.
  5. I've done enough of this that I can tell early on if it's going in the wrong direction or not.

Rhymes for early

  • shirlee, worley, surly, sherley, turley, shirley, hurly, perley, earley, hurley, girlie, earlie, erly, pearly;
  • curly, curley, burley, burly, birley;
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