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Time

Synonyms for time:

Sense 1

concurrently, noon, blue moon, deferral, clock in, belatedness, betimes, belatedly, clock off, coincidence, seedtime, present-day, stochastic, serendipity, unlucky, fugacious, coetaneous, currently, vernal, expense, springtime, calendar, serendipitous, fluke, yore, Detainment, tardily, happenstance, punch out, circumstance, far-flung, accidentally, jiffy, contemporaneous, springtide, faraway, postpone, Successional, thrice, yesteryear, coincidentally, postmortem, latter-day, adventitious, sequent, by and by, noonday, push back, twelvemonth, JIFF, defer, hold over, moment.

Sense 2

fleeting, inning, successive, today, coincident, twinkling, tardiness, sequential, removed, former, phase, forenoon, reschedule, punctual, nowadays, coexistent, temporary, slot in, overdue, measurement, anterior, simultaneously, much, beforehand, lately, trice, immediate, simultaneous, hereafter, irregularity, evanescent, yesterday, recent, inopportune, untimely, tardy, contemporary, shift, punch in, new, nominate, frequency, coeval, posthumous, detain, deferment, ultimately, lateness, state, recently, asynchronous, postponement, adjournment, holdup, precocious, bring forward, ephemeral, far-off, momentary, serial, short-lived, rearrange, elapse, prompt, belated, ill-timed, movable feast, newly, passing.

Sense 3

earlier, delay, finally, later, lag, behindhand, latterly, transient, siege, foregoing, antecedent, prior, retardation, fugitive, compress, occasion, put back, subsequent, stagger, put forward, timely, existing, current, succeed, basis, reset, accident, ensue, actually, precedent, existent, twice, put off, next, consecutive, waiver, temporal.

Sense 4

existence, stint, ahead, distant, instantaneous, fleet, point, following, inconvenient, tick, modern, behind, remote, schedule, coming, preceding, timetable, table, irregular, bout.

Sense 5

go back, late, tour, together, previous, vintage, concurrent.

Sense 6

early, space, assign, transitory, serve, spend.

Sense 7

fix.

Sense 8

long, slow, present.

Sense 9

follow, bit, move, spring, stage.

Sense 10

pass, trick, spread.

Sense 12

wind.

Sense 17

have.

Sense 22

go.

Sense 23

DO.

Sense 37

set.

at times

sometimes.

compose

timing.

dawn

morning.

noon

meridian.

point in time

juncture.

wages

pay.

without delay

immediately, straight off, instantly, instant, straightaway, forthwith, right off, now, directly, right away.

Sense 1 (noun)

ahead.

Sense 2 (noun)

coincidentally, accidentally, stochastic, coincidence, point, instant, occasion, accident, serendipity, moment, fluke, unlucky.

Sense 3 (noun)

circumstance, nowadays, juncture.

Sense 4 (noun)

rate.

Sense 5 (noun)

bit, space.

Sense 6 (noun)

pass.

Sense 7 (noun)

put off, fix, stretch, bring forward, rearrange, reschedule, schedule, postpone, move.

Sense 8 (noun)

frequency, irregular, long, length, irregularity, much, basis.

Sense 9 (noun)

delay.

Sense 10 (noun)

tour.

Sense 11 (noun)

punch out, go back, bout, clock off, set, reset, punch in, put forward, trick, clock in, shift, inning, stint, put back, go.

age (noun)

generation, lifetime, eon, oldness, lastingness, longevity.

break (noun)

accident.

calculation (noun)

measurement.

calendar (noun)

table, timetable.

chance (noun)

occasion.

circumstance (noun)

go, coincidence, happenstance, phase.

course (noun)

lapse, passing.

date (noun)

century, period, course.

day (noun)

cycle.

duration (noun)

date, length, aeon, epoch, cycle, season, interim, span, life, course, measure, duration, era, interval, spell, age.

event (noun)

clip.

experience (noun)

experience.

extent (noun)

stretch.

indefinite duration (noun)

eternity, lapse, forever.

phase (noun)

phase.

point of time (noun)

hour, century, month, year, millisecond, microsecond, second, decade, millennium, term, semester, week, minute, day.

speed (noun)

rate.

spell (noun)

spell.

time interval (noun)

space, while.

time period (noun)

term.

up-to-date (noun)

modern.

weapon (noun)

bomb.

Usage examples for time:

  • For he did not look her way, or, for a time, speak to her. - "Historical Romances: Under the Red Robe, Count Hannibal, A Gentleman of France", Stanley J. Weyman.
  • Oh, Lord, I've had a time! - "My Man Jeeves", P. G. Wodehouse.
  • And that is what had happened this time. - "The Bobbsey Twins on the Deep Blue Sea", Laura Lee Hope.

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