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Common misspellings for time

cime, tipp, ittem, tiem, edme, buti'm, timelie, timse, teamer, rtime, tine, timese, tier2, timie, tghem, tomao, tim, timly, tiki, timeshe, toimes, pime, ciome, wtie, tiyr, ntime, tims, yourtime, timess, time, tihe, timeyou, ttimes, drime, soime, timoth, itime, etime, tivo, 2tim, tier3, item70300, tme, tiisue, tiime, 5times, wtite, stome, aime, nime, gtime, taimur, timem, vitame, dimeto, zima, tomeet, timt, tilem, tiemes, timesa, itme, iteme, tiume, nitem, 4times, tier1, tomote, timmed, todem, wime, timne, tiimes, tiome, thime, teama, tyhem, tiwce, stime, domme, tiype, ime, thmb, betime, twce, tamoa, aytime, ttime, timeat, ttme, itwmw, 10times, dtime, temer, quitime, siome, damie, dthem, hime, tkae, timelly, tomore, tsome, tile, teme, timper, tinme, tohim, itmay, timel, toomy, 1time, timewhich, ytime, tomoeeow, timez, tmem, tomale, deertime, cutome, timmer, tmean, tombe, timet, timore, tiyp, timy, timley, timeto, timethe, 2times, tumar, teemy, timeon, toime, timb, parttime, timwe, gitmo, timw, timr, tumey, tomay, tive, autume, thme, tima, terma, cirme, thiem, metime, taime, tyme, timey, tire, tite, wywtem, vimeo, timder, 3times, towhome, tookme, timei, tyrome, ti'mes, letme, taimed, yime, tiyn, timmar, tummer, itiem, tige, whime, timenow, rhytim, timeber, tomake, timd, sime, wtihww, dertime, timemy, timeit, tipe, timesw, twmer, thattime, timeof, tommie, timme, iitem, tume, tghe, timre, demie, timke, tikme, tirbe, tmie, trimer, tibe, timee, tgime, tocome, tumle, ehme, timeo, timea, twme, tyime, teaem, dilmea, lime, tjem, tamff, tohome, outome, tiyer, shotime, 8times, tmies, nwme, timig, tuime, titme, timesi, tammer, tellme, timees, tamie, timen, timiley, timehe, timeas, tijme, timews, tiier, wtire, tomate, termm, timje, tommey, timein, toomb, teice, stimi, thimb, tpae, taike, tiimely, cotume, timze, tomgue, ciema, timeis, tieme, timoty, dimer, fime, timeine, titime, dowtime, tomove, teame, ttiem, trime, trimm, atime, tirsome, timef, t'mir, timied, thetime, temle, timew, dilimea, routime, gimme, titie, vitime, tisuue, tumbe, tumer, timmes, gime, tilme, tehem, timbe, timefor, tumen, terme, duimb, autoimmue, tiher, imee, tcame, daimer, himw, i'me, item01, titem, jime, tise, showtime, simm, stimey, teamw, tnem, termo, ttie, timm, tim3, tsim, ltime, ti'me, timesoh, tice, twcie, tosome, widome, tiwh, wtiha.

Definitions of time

  1.   the continuum of experience in which events pass from the future through the present to the past
  2.   To ascertain or record the time, duration, or rate of; as, to time the speed of horses, or hours for workmen.
  3.   The present life; existence in this world as contrasted with immortal life; definite, as contrasted with infinite, duration.
  4.   assign a time for an activity or event; " The candidate carefully timed his appearance at the disaster scene"
  5.   Infinite duration or its measure.
  6.   Measure of duration, whether past, present, or future; a certain period of duration; as, a long time; length of a person's life; a flxed hour for some event: period in which anything occurred or a person lived; present life or existence; season; age; date; era; proper date; system of measurement by hours, days, weeks, etc.; system by which music is divided into measures; repetition.
  7.   a person's experience on a particular occasion; " he had a time holding back the tears" or" they had a good time together"
  8.   To do at the proper season; regulate as to time; measure the time of.
  9.   Performance or occurrence of an action or event, considered with reference to repetition; addition of a number to itself; repetition; as, to double cloth four times; four times four, or sixteen.
  10.   The duration of one's life; the hours and days which a person has at his disposal.
  11.   ( 1) Rate of movement. ( 2) The duration or comparative value of a tone.
  12.   a person's experience on a particular occasion; " he had a time holding back the tears"; " they had a good time together"
  13.   The period at which any definite event occurred, or person lived; age; period; era; as, the Spanish Armada was destroyed in the time of Queen Elizabeth; - often in the plural; as, ancient times; modern times.
  14.   adjust so that a force is applied an an action occurs at the desired time; " The good player times his swing so as to hit the ball squarely"
  15.   a period of time considered as a resource under your control and sufficient to accomplish something; " take time to smell the roses"; " I didn't have time to finish"; " it took more than half my time"
  16.   an instance or single occasion for some event; " this time he succeeded"; " he called four times"; " he could do ten at a clip"
  17.   A point in duration; date; occasion.
  18.   set the speed, duration, or execution of; " we time the process to manufacture our cars very precisely"
  19.   To keep or beat time; to proceed or move in time.
  20.   To keep or beat time.
  21.   A particular period or part of duration, whether past, present, or future; a point or portion of duration; as, the time was, or has been; the time is, or will be.
  22.   The measure of duration; a part of duration, whether past, present, or future; moment; period; a proper time; a season; duration; measured portion of duration; life; age; distinct part of duration; repetition; the measure of sounds in regard to their continuance or duration; the state of things at a particular period; the present life; a tense.
  23.   the period of time a prisoner is imprisoned; " he served a prison term of 15 months"; " his sentence was 5 to 10 years"; " he is doing time in the county jail"
  24.   To measure, as in music or harmony.
  25.   an indefinite period ( usually marked by specific attributes or activities); " he waited a long time"; " the time of year for planting"; " he was a great actor is his time"
  26.   Point or period of any occurrence; duration; season; allotted period; the present life; repetition.
  27.   To regulate as to time; to accompany, or agree with, in time of movement.
  28.   Hour of travail, delivery, or parturition.
  29.   To pass time; to delay.
  30.   To adapt to the occasion; do at a particular season; to regulate or measure, as the speed of a machine.
  31.   rhythm as given by division into parts of equal time
  32.   To adapt to the time or occasion.
  33.   the time as given by a clock; " do you know what time it is?"; " the time is 10 o'clock"
  34.   To regulate as to time; keep time.
  35.   To adapt to the time or occasion; to do at the proper season; to regulate as to time; to measure, as regards the time. In time, in good season; sufficiently early. At times, at distinct intervals. Time enough, early enough. To lose time, to delay. Apparent time, true solar time. Mean time, an average of apparent time. Sidereal time, that which is shown by the apparent diurnal revolutions of the stars.
  36.   A definite period of duration; season; era; opportunity.
  37.   regulate or set the time of; " time the clock"
  38.   A proper time; a season; an opportunity.
  39.   Duration, considered independently of any system of measurement or any employment of terms which designate limited portions thereof.
  40.   the fourth coordinate that is required ( along with three spatial dimensions) to specify a physical event
  41.   To adapt to the occasion; to do at the proper time or season; to regulate as to time.
  42.   To appoint the time for; to bring, begin, or perform at the proper season or time; as, he timed his appearance rightly.
  43.   The measured duration of sounds; measure; tempo; rate of movement; rhythmical division; as, common or triple time; the musician keeps good time.
  44.   A particular portion of duration, past, present, or future; any space or measure of duration, as an hour, a day, a month; period; interval; life or duration; repeated performance; season; completion of the time, as of pregnancy; state of things at a particular period, as good times; in gram., tense; in music, measure of duration of sounds indicated by certain marks; the number of notes, & c., in a bar, indicated by certain figures at the beginning of a piece; the absolute velocity with which music is palyed, as quaick time, slow time- the rate or quality of the time being always indicated by Italian words; the present state of things; repectition or addition of one more.
  45.   measure the time or duration of an event or action or the person who performs an action in a certain period of time; " he clocked the runners"
  46.   Tense.
  47.   a suitable moment; " it is time to go"
  48.   A point at which or period during which things happen: a season or proper time: an opportunity: absolute duration: an interval: past time: the duration of one's life: allotted period: repetition of anything or mention with reference to repetition: musical measure: hour of travail: the state of things at any period, usually in pl.: the history of the world, as opposed to eternity: addition of a thing to itself.
  49.   To record the time or rate of.

Antonyms for time

bummer, bust, bore, drag, downer.

Quotes of time

  1. I don't give advice. I can't tell anybody what to do. Instead I say this is what we know about this problem at this time And here are the consequences of these actions. – Joyce Brothers
  2. May He who holds in his hands the destinies of nations, make you worthy of the favors He has bestowed, and enabled you with pure hearts and hands and sleepless vigilance, to guard and defend to the end of time the great charge He has committed to your keeping. – J. Reuben Clark
  3. This little kid pointed at me and said, 'You look disgusting!' That was the first time I thought maybe I did. I decided I'd better start eating. I'm just thankful that I made it through with relatively few scars. – Susan Dey
  4. I don't do interviews at all when I'm on tour, so this time on a day off, I'll do that kind of thing a little bit. I don't do big promotion schedules, not when I'm touring. – Bryan Ferry
  5. I didn't care at all about losing, but I just didn't want Emerson to feel bad, You know, I didn't win, but Felicity won, and when you come to the set next time you can give her a big congratulations. – Teri Hatcher
  6. We all have our time machines. Some take us back, they're called memories. Some take us forward, they're called dreams. – Jeremy Irons
  7. Right now too much American time and resources are spent dealing with situations caused by our dependence on oil that we import from unstable countries. – Dan Lipinski
  8. Well, I think, I certainly used backward music in Sea of Monsters. I can't remember in the Sea of Time I would tend to do that all the time you know? I tended to do all sorts of weird things. Just to get effects. – George Martin
  9. The important thing is to learn a lesson every time you lose. Life is a learning process and you have to try to learn what's best for you. Let me tell you, life is not fun when you're banging your head against a brick wall all the time – John McEnroe
  10. I did the one concert, and I was not bitten by the conducting bug, and I thought I was done, but then the phone started to ring, and gradually, over time I started conducting more and more. Now a third of my performances are with orchestras. – Bobby McFerrin
  11. In college, you learn how to learn. Four years is not too much time to spend at that. – Mary Oliver
  12. We tried our best for the longest time to negotiate a peaceful resolution to the matter, and at each step, we were thwarted by those that said, No, we will not turn the boy over to his father. – Janet Reno
  13. Kids just don't read any more. They spend much more time with video games. It's just hard to get kids to read anything. Book sales have dropped dramatically, too. I think 90% of the books are bought only by 5% of the US population. – Stan Sakai
  14. Each time storytellers clothed the naked body of the myth in their own traditions, so that listeners could relate more easily to its deeper meaning. – Joan D. Vinge
  15. The nature of the task needs to be renewed so people just don't feel that all the hard work is in the same groove all the time under the same circumstances and in the same environment. – Timothy White

Usage examples for time

  1. He had no time to think of her now. ” – The Adventures of Lightfoot the Deer by Thornton W. Burgess
  2. This is not the time – The Second Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
  3. What time shall I come to you? ” – David Elginbrod by George MacDonald
  4. It was time for him to go. ” – The Pretty Lady by Arnold E. Bennett
  5. He was sure this time – The Everlasting Arms by Joseph Hocking
  6. “ 358. You say you did not ask for money at that time did you not want it? ” – Second Shetland Truck System Report by William Guthrie
  7. “ Trumbull saw Horace Greeley at this time – The Life of Lyman Trumbull by Horace White
  8. And the time was? ” – The Mystery of a Hansom Cab by Fergus Hume
  9. Why he did that he was not sure at the time – Lifted Masks Stories by Susan Glaspell
  10. But it was no time for thought. ” – Blind Love by Wilkie Collins
  11. Give me time to get well. ” – A Little Girl in Old Quebec by Amanda Millie Douglas
  12. “ " No, Chumbley," he said, " not this time – One Maid's Mischief by George Manville Fenn
  13. Oh where have I been all this time – The Maids Tragedy by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher
  14. “ There's no time now. ” – The Grain Of Dust A Novel by David Graham Phillips
  15. Well, we did have a good time didn't we? ” – A Hazard of New Fortunes by William Dean Howells
  16. “ " Not all the time – Fifty Per Cent Prophet by Gordon Randall Garrett
  17. Time did I say? ” – Memoirs of Mrs. Rebecca Steward by T. G. Steward
  18. Then I'll have time for you. ” – Brink of Madness by Walter J. Sheldon
  19. They never did in my time – The Window-Gazer by Isabel Ecclestone Mackay
  20. How much time have you yet? ” – Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist by Alexander Berkman

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