What is another word for yet?

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[ jˈɛt], [ jˈɛt], [ j_ˈɛ_t]

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Introduced in Shakespeare's late play, Macbeth, the word "yet" is used to emphasize the idea that something is not yet over, or that something still has to happen.

The Oxford English Dictionary defines "yet" as a contracted form of "yonder," meaning "yonder." The word first appeared in Middle English, and was derived from an Old English word meaning "away, beyond," or "else."

Use of "yet" in English can be seen in a number of expressions, including "I am not finished yet," "I will yet come," and "I have not yet heard from him.

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Homophones for Yet:

  • YETT.

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