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Definition of "soon" []

  • In the near future; shortly. (adverb)
  • Without hesitation; promptly: came as soon as possible. (adverb)
  • Before the usual or appointed time; early. (adverb)
  • With willingness; readily: I'd as soon leave right now. (adverb)
  • Obsolete Immediately. (adverb)
  • In or after a short time; in a little while; before long (adverb)

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Use "soon" in a sentence
  • ""Come along, as soon as you wish -- but don't come _too soon_.""
  • "That they will soon become a kind of separate and independant people; who will set up for themselves, -- will _soon_ have manufactures of their own, -- will _neither_ take supplies from the mother country, nor the provinces at _the back_ of which they are settled: -- That being at such a distance from the seat of _government_, from _courts_,"
  • "Your answer is, in fact, an identical proposition; for, when you say, "_As soon as_ profits are absorbed," I retort, Ay, no doubt "_as soon_" as they are; but when will that be?"