What is another word for very soon?

Pronunciation: [vˈɛɹɪ sˈuːn] (IPA)

There are numerous synonyms for the phrase "very soon". Some of the commonly used ones include "shortly", "in a bit", "in a jiffy", "in a trice", "in no time", "before long", "in a flash", "in a minute", and "in a snap". All of these words express a sense of haste and urgency and can be used interchangeably to convey the same meaning. Choosing the right synonym largely depends on the tone and context of the conversation or text. So, next time you want to say something will happen "very soon", consider using one of these alternatives to add a touch of variety and excitement to your speech.

What are the hypernyms for Very soon?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Very soon

  • He who is void of virtuous attachments in private life is, or very soon will be, void of all regard for his country. There is seldom an instance of a man guilty of betraying his country, who had not before lost the feeling of moral obligations in his private connections.
    Samuel Adams
  • The question is: how bad do things have to get before you will do something about it? Where is your line in the sand? If you don't enforce the constitutional limitations on your government very soon, you are likely to find out what World War III will be like.
    Michael Badnarik
  • But it then very soon became clear that the response of a war against terrorism, initially conceived of in a metaphorical sense, began to be taken increasingly seriously and came to entail waging a real war.
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  • This book that I just wrote is going to be coming out very soon to Australia.
    Ronald Biggs
  • When people get married because they think it's a long-time love affair, they'll be divorced very soon, because all love affairs end in disappointment. But marriage is a recognition of a spiritual identity.
    Joseph Campbell

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