Word "ANON" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
(old-fashioned or informal) in a little while
Examples:
see you anon

Crossword Clues for ANON

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Clue Source Date
Unknown poster: Abbr Universal 25 Jun 2022
Content to leave Australian organisation extremely soon The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Jun 2022
Soon, in poems Newsday 16 Jun 2022
A composition finally being broadcast soon The Times Cryptic 13 Jun 2022
Men on adventure rising up, hiding immediately The Guardian Cryptic 13 Jun 2022
Shortly, in poems Thomas Joseph 09 Jun 2022
Some time soon The Telegraph Quick 06 Jun 2022
Shortly Eugene Sheffer 17 May 2022
Unknown composer, for short LA Times Daily 16 May 2022
Unknown composer, for short The Washington Post 16 May 2022
Unknown author: Abbr The Washington Post Sunday 15 May 2022
Mystery writer, for short? Universal 14 May 2022
Unknown author, for short USA Today 14 May 2022
Cathedral clergy dispensing with clothing shortly The Times Cryptic 13 May 2022
In a while, a refusal from Nancy The Guardian Cryptic 02 May 2022
Clerical dignitary removing hat immediately The Telegraph Cryptic 02 May 2022
Article working soon The Times Cryptic 28 Apr 2022
Unknown commenter, informally Universal 28 Apr 2022
In due time The Telegraph Quick 27 Apr 2022
Mystery author byline Newsday 23 Apr 2022
Shortly, in poems Thomas Joseph 28 Mar 2022
Attribution abbreviation Newsday 24 Mar 2022
Unsigned (Abbr.) Eugene Sheffer 23 Feb 2022
Erelong Newsday 20 Feb 2022
"In a short time," in a time long past Family Time 14 Feb 2022
''Author unknown'': Abbr Newsday 31 Jan 2022
Soon minister in cathedral will get caught out The Guardian Quiptic 31 Jan 2022
Soon, in old poetry The Washington Post Sunday 30 Jan 2022
Soon, in Shakespeare The Washington Post 24 Jan 2022
Soon, in Shakespeare LA Times Daily 24 Jan 2022
Shortly Eugene Sheffer 15 Jan 2022
In a short time, a long, long, long time go Family Time 09 Jan 2022
Shortly, in poems Wall Street Journal 03 Jan 2022
Unattributed, for short Universal 25 Dec 2021
Of unknown name: Abbr Universal 23 Dec 2021
Unsigned (Abbr.) Eugene Sheffer 21 Dec 2021
Name for an unknown commenter Universal 18 Dec 2021
Clerical dignitary heading off soon The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Dec 2021
Poetic adverb meaning 'before long' The Guardian Speedy 12 Dec 2021
When Othello promises to send for Desdemona Wall Street Journal 04 Dec 2021
Shortly Eugene Sheffer 27 Nov 2021
Shortly, in poems Thomas Joseph 26 Nov 2021
Before long, to poets Wall Street Journal 15 Nov 2021
Religious leader goes missing locally, before long, according to the poet Irish Times Crosaire 13 Nov 2021
Shortly, to Shakespeare Wall Street Journal 09 Nov 2021
Soon, in a sonnet Universal 08 Nov 2021
Sans attribution, for short LA Times Daily 06 Nov 2021
Soon, to Juliet Universal 26 Oct 2021
By and by Newsday 23 Oct 2021
Of unknown identity, in short Irish Times Simplex 13 Oct 2021
Shortly, quaintly Wall Street Journal 10 Oct 2021
Shortly, once The Washington Post 10 Oct 2021
Shortly, once LA Times Daily 10 Oct 2021
In short order New York Times 06 Oct 2021
Of unknown identity, in short Irish Times Simplex 06 Oct 2021
Quote book notation Newsday 01 Oct 2021
Unsigned (Abbr.) Eugene Sheffer 28 Sep 2021
Soon, in verse Universal 19 Sep 2021
Before long, to a poet Universal 16 Sep 2021
Before long, to Shakespeare The Washington Post 12 Sep 2021
Before long, to Shakespeare LA Times Daily 12 Sep 2021
Soon, to a bard LA Times Daily 05 Sep 2021
Soon, to a bard The Washington Post 05 Sep 2021
Shortly Eugene Sheffer 02 Sep 2021
Poet's 'in a trice' The Washington Post 31 Aug 2021
Poet's "in a trice" LA Times Daily 31 Aug 2021
Presently, quaintly The Washington Post 15 Aug 2021
Presently, quaintly LA Times Daily 15 Aug 2021
Common quote 'source': Abbr The Washington Post 11 Aug 2021
Common quote "source": Abbr LA Times Daily 11 Aug 2021
Notation after ''A fool's paradise'' Newsday 07 Aug 2021
Mystery writer? New York Times 04 Aug 2021
Soon, poetically Eugene Sheffer 03 Aug 2021
Uncredited, as a quote: Abbr Newsday 28 Jul 2021
Unknown author: Abbr Newsday 19 Jul 2021
Member of the clergy heading off shortly The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Jun 2021
Like the verse 'Roses are red, violets are blue ...,' in brief New York Times 20 Jun 2021
Rule not starting soon The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Jun 2021
Unknown source, for short New York Times 10 Jun 2021
Soon, poetically Wall Street Journal 07 Jun 2021
Soon, in a sonnet Wall Street Journal 06 Jun 2021
Unknown author abbr Family Time 06 Jun 2021
Shortly Eugene Sheffer 27 May 2021
Article about author seeking privacy? The Telegraph Cryptic 21 May 2021
Quotation book abbr Wall Street Journal 18 May 2021
Auth. unknown The Washington Post Sunday 16 May 2021
Soon (archaic) The Times Concise 07 May 2021
Unsigned (Abbr.) Eugene Sheffer 04 May 2021
Soon, poetically Eugene Sheffer 27 Apr 2021
Common screen name for a troll Universal 22 Apr 2021
Before long, in poems The Washington Post Sunday 18 Apr 2021
In due time The Sun Two Speed 16 Apr 2021
Man one to be skinned soon The Sun Two Speed 16 Apr 2021
Unknown author, for short USA Today 27 Mar 2021
Shortly, in poems Thomas Joseph 27 Mar 2021
Short mystery writer? The Washington Post 25 Mar 2021
Short mystery writer? LA Times Daily 25 Mar 2021
Soon, poetically New York Times 23 Mar 2021
In a little while or, as a shortening, not attributed to an author The Times Specialist Sunday 21 Mar 2021
Man one to be flayed soon The Sun Two Speed 19 Mar 2021
Author unknown, briefly Family Time 08 Mar 2021
Author unknown: Abbr Newsday 03 Mar 2021
Of unknown identity, in short Irish Times Simplex 01 Mar 2021
Soon, quaintly Universal 27 Feb 2021
Shortly, in poetry Universal 24 Feb 2021
"Author unknown" abbreviation Family Time 22 Feb 2021
Soon, to a bard LA Times Daily 22 Feb 2021
Soon, to a bard The Washington Post 22 Feb 2021
In a while New York Times 22 Feb 2021
Erelong Newsday 19 Feb 2021
Soon The Telegraph Quick 18 Feb 2021
Auth. unknown LA Times Daily 17 Feb 2021
Auth. unknown The Washington Post 17 Feb 2021
After a while Premier Sunday 14 Feb 2021
Soon, to Shakespeare Universal 31 Jan 2021
Shortly, quaintly Wall Street Journal 27 Jan 2021
Old-time adverb Newsday 22 Jan 2021
Before long, poetically Wall Street Journal 20 Jan 2021
In a bit, to bards Premier Sunday 17 Jan 2021
Mystery writer?: Abbr Universal 11 Jan 2021
Unidentified, for short USA Today 24 Dec 2020
Quote book abbr LA Times Daily 11 Dec 2020
Quote book abbr The Washington Post 11 Dec 2020
Before thou knowest New York Times 04 Dec 2020
Like many forum postings, briefly Family Time 29 Nov 2020
Mystery writer, for short New York Times 26 Nov 2020
Archaic 'soon' The Washington Post 25 Nov 2020
Poet's 'in a trice' The Washington Post 22 Nov 2020
Poet's "in a trice" LA Times Daily 22 Nov 2020
Shortly, in poems Wall Street Journal 19 Oct 2020
Of unknown authorship The Times Concise 14 Oct 2020
Shortly, quaintly LA Times Daily 13 Oct 2020
Shortly, quaintly The Washington Post 13 Oct 2020
Shakespeare's 'shortly' The Washington Post Sunday 11 Oct 2020
At once Canadiana 28 Sep 2020
Author uncertain: Abbr Newsday 28 Sep 2020
Member of the clergy caught out immediately The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Sep 2020
Soon, in odes The Washington Post Sunday 13 Sep 2020
In a bit New York Times 26 Aug 2020
Author unknown, for short New York Times 24 Aug 2020
Unknown author: Abbr Newsday 24 Aug 2020
Like most proverbs, in brief New York Times 15 Aug 2020
Before long, poetically Universal 14 Aug 2020
Soon Canadiana 10 Aug 2020
In the near future Wall Street Journal 05 Aug 2020
Soon, long ago The Washington Post 26 Jul 2020
Soon, long ago LA Times Daily 26 Jul 2020
Common quote notation Newsday 19 Jul 2020
Poet's "soon" Family Time 19 Jul 2020
Clerical dignitary blowing top immediately The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Jul 2020
Nameless, briefly The Washington Post Sunday 05 Jul 2020
Author unknown The Telegraph Quick 03 Jul 2020
Shortly Wall Street Journal 20 Jun 2020
Guy to miss start of march taking place soon The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Jun 2020
Blog troll's name, often Newsday 06 Jun 2020
Very soon Canadiana 01 Jun 2020
In a little while, in poetry New York Times 25 May 2020
In a bit, in an ode The Washington Post Sunday 24 May 2020
Shortly Thomas Joseph 23 May 2020
Before long, in poetry Wall Street Journal 25 Apr 2020
''Endymion'' adverb Newsday 11 Apr 2020
At once, in many poems The Washington Post 08 Apr 2020
At once, in many poems LA Times Daily 08 Apr 2020
Shortly, in stanzas Newsday 03 Apr 2020
Shortly, poetically Universal 24 Mar 2020
Unknown quote source, for short Family Time 16 Mar 2020
Poetic "before long" Universal 06 Mar 2020
Presently, poetically Wall Street Journal 04 Mar 2020
Soon, archaically Universal 28 Feb 2020
Common quote attribution Newsday 23 Feb 2020
'I'll come to you ___': Macbeth New York Times 16 Feb 2020
"I'll come to you ___": Macbeth
Ever and — Premier Sunday 05 Jan 2020
Abbr. used when the author is unknown Family Time 30 Dec 2019
Soon member of the clergy will blow top The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Dec 2019
Soon, shortly The Times Concise 06 Dec 2019
In a trice The Washington Post 05 Dec 2019
In a trice LA Times Daily 05 Dec 2019
Poetic ''soon'' Newsday 28 Nov 2019
Shortly, in verse Wall Street Journal 23 Nov 2019
Unknown blog commenter's nickname Universal 17 Nov 2019
In a while Premier Sunday 10 Nov 2019
Before long, in verse Universal 06 Nov 2019
In due course Canadiana 04 Nov 2019
Auth. unknown Family Time 27 Oct 2019
Soon, to a bard USA Today 27 Oct 2019
Of uncertain origin: Abbr.
Of uncertain origin: Abbr New York Times 21 Oct 2019
Soon, in a sonnet The Washington Post Sunday 20 Oct 2019
Soon, to a bard Newsday 13 Oct 2019
Nameless author, cut Family Time 29 Sep 2019
Poetic word that bookends "Anne Sexton" Universal 22 Sep 2019
Shortly, to Shakespeare Jonesin 17 Sep 2019
Poetic time Newsday 08 Aug 2019
Shortly, to the Bard USA Today 05 Aug 2019
See 14-Across USA Today 14 Jul 2019
Poetic adverb Newsday 28 Jun 2019
Mystery author byline Newsday 21 Jun 2019
Shortly, to Shelley Wall Street Journal 20 Jun 2019
Shortly The Telegraph Quick 13 Jun 2019
In a little while New York Times 10 Jun 2019
Soon, in verse Newsday 09 Jun 2019
Shortly, in verse USA Today 26 May 2019
Auth. unknown Newsday 19 May 2019
Bartlett's abbr USA Today 16 May 2019
Common ''Fool's paradise'' attribution Newsday 11 May 2019
In a bit, to a bard USA Today 24 Apr 2019
Pretty soon Canadiana 15 Apr 2019
Secret author: Abbr Universal 08 Apr 2019
Like some quotes: Abbr The Washington Post 07 Apr 2019
Like some quotes: Abbr LA Times Daily 07 Apr 2019
Unknown quote source, briefly Universal 02 Apr 2019
Soon Premier Sunday 24 Mar 2019
A denial requiring translation soon The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Mar 2019
In a little bit Premier Sunday 17 Mar 2019
Source of unattributed quotes (Abbr.) USA Today 10 Mar 2019
Shortly, to a bard USA Today 03 Mar 2019
Soon, poetically Universal 22 Feb 2019
In a bit, to Browning The Washington Post Sunday 17 Feb 2019
'Auth. unknown' byline USA Today 14 Feb 2019
Troll commenter's name, often Universal 03 Feb 2019
Before long, in verse Newsday 17 Jan 2019
Unknown quote source, for short Jonesin 15 Jan 2019
In a bit, to bards New York Times 05 Jan 2019
Poetic future time Newsday 04 Jan 2019
Man one to be flayed soon The Telegraph Toughie 02 Jan 2019
Shortly, to Shelley
Shortly, to the Bard
Bartlett's abbr.
Shortly, in verse
Shortly, in poems
Shortly, in verse
Source of unattributed quotes (Abbr.)
See 14-Across
"Auth. unknown" byline
In a bit, to a bard
Shortly, to a bard
In a bit, to bards
Unknown author, for short
Soon, to a bard
Soon, poetically
Shortly
Unknown quote source, briefly
Poetic word that bookends "Anne Sexton"
Secret author: Abbr.
Troll commenter's name, often
Auth. unknown
Soon, long ago
Like some quotes: Abbr.
Soon, to a bard
Shortly, quaintly
Unknown writer, briefly Family Time 31 Dec 2018
Before long, quaintly LA Times Daily 30 Dec 2018
Before long, quaintly The Washington Post 30 Dec 2018
"Don't know who wrote it" old-style Universal 28 Dec 2018
Shortly, quaintly New York Times 20 Dec 2018
In the near future Universal 20 Dec 2018
At another time, of old Irish Times Simplex 17 Dec 2018
Unknown quote source (Abbr.) Family Time 17 Dec 2018
Unattributed, as a quote: Abbr The Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Dec 2018
In short order New York Times 13 Dec 2018
Soon, way old Universal 12 Dec 2018
Unknown quote source, briefly Family Time 10 Dec 2018
Verse's ''in no time'' Newsday 07 Dec 2018
Old-style nameless writer Universal 25 Nov 2018
Right away, in verse The Washington Post 17 Nov 2018
Right away, in verse LA Times Daily 17 Nov 2018
Erelong LA Times Daily 16 Nov 2018
Erelong The Washington Post 16 Nov 2018
With author unknown Universal 12 Nov 2018
Juliet's reply to her nurse Wall Street Journal 08 Nov 2018
Soon unknown The Telegraph Toughie 06 Nov 2018
Unknown author, for short New York Times 05 Nov 2018
Unattributed, in Bartlett's (Abbr.) USA Today 04 Nov 2018
In the near future, way old Universal 04 Nov 2018
Soon, to Shakespeare Wall Street Journal 27 Oct 2018
Soon (archaic) Canadiana 22 Oct 2018
Soon New York Times 07 Oct 2018
Auth. unknown USA Today 02 Oct 2018
Soon (archaic ) Canadiana 01 Oct 2018
At a later date, super old Universal 26 Sep 2018
Soon, old-style Universal 10 Sep 2018
Auth. unknown Premier Sunday 09 Sep 2018
Soon The Times Concise 09 Sep 2018
Of unknown authorship: Abbr Newsday 28 Aug 2018
Shortly New York Times 27 Aug 2018
In a bit, in poems Family Time 06 Aug 2018
Unknown, as a citation (abbr.) Jonesin 31 Jul 2018
In short order The Washington Post 15 Jul 2018
In short order LA Times Daily 15 Jul 2018
Almost here, old-style Universal 08 Jul 2018
In the near future, old Universal 29 Jun 2018
Ever and ___ New York Times 25 Jun 2018
Shortly, in poetry Wall Street Journal 25 Jun 2018
Soon, in poems of old Family Time 11 Jun 2018
Before being outed, for short New York Times 03 Jun 2018
"Soon" of old poetry Family Time 21 May 2018
Shortly, in odes The Washington Post Sunday 20 May 2018
Presently, a fragment of Ottoman ontology Irish Times Crosaire 19 May 2018
Way-old soon Universal 09 May 2018
Roget's abbr USA Today 06 May 2018
Presently LA Times Daily 03 May 2018
Presently The Washington Post 03 May 2018
Rule 100 should be dropped soon The Telegraph Cryptic 30 Apr 2018
Presently Wall Street Journal 28 Apr 2018
Shortly, old-style Universal 26 Apr 2018
Ever's partner New York Times 24 Apr 2018
Untraceable author Universal 18 Apr 2018
Abbr. in quotation books USA Today 15 Apr 2018
Not just yet Newsday 14 Apr 2018
Shortly, to Shakespeare Wall Street Journal 07 Apr 2018
Soon, quaintly LA Times Daily 05 Apr 2018
Soon, quaintly The Washington Post 05 Apr 2018
Poetic "soon" Universal 04 Apr 2018
Shortly, in poetry Thomas Joseph 03 Apr 2018
Mystery author? Universal 25 Mar 2018
Like Mr. X (Abbr.) USA Today 18 Mar 2018
Shortly, to Shakespeare Universal 15 Mar 2018
Unattributed (Abbr.) USA Today 11 Mar 2018
Uncredited, as a quote (Abbr.) USA Today 04 Mar 2018
Unknown auth Universal 03 Feb 2018
In a short time, old-style Family Time 29 Jan 2018
In but a twinkling Wall Street Journal 25 Jan 2018
Unattributed, as a quote: Abbr The Washington Post 23 Jan 2018
Unattributed, as a quote: Abbr LA Times Daily 23 Jan 2018
Bard's ''before long'' Newsday 07 Jan 2018
Untraceable author
Unattributed, as a quote: Abbr.
Before long, quaintly
Erelong
In short order
Presently
Right away, in verse
Soon, quaintly
Unattributed, as a quote: Abbr.
Before being outed, for short
In short order
Shortly, quaintly
"Don't know who wrote it" old-style
Almost here, old-style
At a later date, super old
In the near future
In the near future, old
In the near future, way old
Old-style nameless writer
Poetic "soon"
Shortly, old-style
Soon, old-style
Soon, way old
Unknown auth.
Way-old soon
With author unknown
Before long, poetically
Juliet's reply to her nurse
Presently
Shortly, in poetry
Shortly, to Shakespeare
Soon, to Shakespeare
Abbr. in quotation books
Auth. unknown
Like many quotations (Abbr.)
Roget's abbr.
Unattributed, in Bartlett's (Abbr.)
Any minute, old-style The Washington Post 24 Dec 2017
Any minute, old-style LA Times Daily 24 Dec 2017
Unknown, briefly Universal 18 Dec 2017
Soonish, old-style Universal 12 Dec 2017
Shortly, in Shakespeare The Chronicle of Higher Education 08 Dec 2017
Shortly The Chronicle of Higher Education 01 Dec 2017
In a short while New York Times 22 Nov 2017
Shortly, poetically Wall Street Journal 21 Nov 2017
Mystery writer? Universal 14 Nov 2017
Soon, to poets USA Today 12 Nov 2017
Very soon, once Universal 12 Nov 2017
By and by Wall Street Journal 09 Nov 2017
Before long minister will disown leader The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Nov 2017
Shortly, in sonnets Wall Street Journal 16 Oct 2017
Abbr. seen after quotes Newsday 28 Sep 2017
Major ''source'' of quotes, for short Newsday 22 Sep 2017
Old-style "in a little while" Universal 20 Sep 2017
Quaint word for an unknown author Universal 15 Sep 2017
Soon, in old poetry Universal 09 Sep 2017
Ever and ___ Universal 08 Sep 2017
Soon, to bards USA Today 20 Aug 2017
Soon, once Universal 19 Aug 2017
Soon rain-bound now and again The Telegraph Toughie 16 Aug 2017
Oft-quoted auth.? The Washington Post 13 Aug 2017
Oft-quoted auth.? LA Times Daily 13 Aug 2017
Any day now, to a bard Universal 11 Aug 2017
Criterion's to lose its upper tier soon The Telegraph Toughie 09 Aug 2017
Erelong New York Times 25 Jul 2017
Soon, long ago Universal 23 Jul 2017
By and by New York Times 15 Jul 2017
Uncredited, as a quote: Abbr Newsday 12 Jul 2017
In the near future, long ago Family Time 10 Jul 2017
Shortly, in poetry USA Today 09 Jul 2017
Uncredited, for short Newsday 07 Jul 2017
In a bit, to bards USA Today 02 Jul 2017
Before thou know'st LA Times Daily 30 Jun 2017
Before thou know'st The Washington Post 30 Jun 2017
Soon, to a poet Family Time 18 Jun 2017
In the nigh future Newsday 16 Jun 2017
"We don't know who wrote it," briefly Family Time 12 Jun 2017
In a little while, a long while ago Universal 03 Jun 2017
Rule clubs ignored after a while The Telegraph Cryptic 13 May 2017
In the near future, a while back Newsday 13 May 2017
By and by, poetically USA Today 06 May 2017
Soon to get a refusal from Paris? The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Apr 2017
In a bit The Chronicle of Higher Education 21 Apr 2017
Soon, in Shakespeare The Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Apr 2017
Untraceable author, for short Family Time 02 Apr 2017
Very soon, in old poetry Universal 07 Mar 2017
Any minute, to a bard USA Today 05 Mar 2017
Unknown, for short The Washington Post 28 Feb 2017
Shortly, in old poetry Family Time 26 Feb 2017
Member of clergy losing head in a short time The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Feb 2017
Soon, to a 49-Down Wall Street Journal 25 Feb 2017
Limerick attribution, maybe: Abbr The Chronicle of Higher Education 24 Feb 2017
Before long, to a bard USA Today 24 Feb 2017
Shakespearean "very soon" Universal 18 Feb 2017
Shortly, to a bard Universal 17 Feb 2017
Before long The Washington Post 17 Feb 2017
Presently New York Times 12 Feb 2017
Shortly, to poets USA Today 12 Feb 2017
In short order, in verse LA Times Daily 12 Feb 2017
In a little while, quite a while ago Universal 07 Feb 2017
In a bit, of yore Universal 20 Jan 2017
Author unknown, for short Jonesin 17 Jan 2017
Oft-quoted mysterious author Universal 15 Jan 2017
Like Mr. X, but not Malcolm X New York Times 12 Jan 2017
''Author unknown,'' for short Newsday 09 Jan 2017
Like Mr. X, but not Malcolm X
Very soon, once
Unknown, briefly
Soonish, old-style
Soon, once
Soon, long ago
Soon, in old poetry
Shakespearean "very soon"
Quaint word for an unknown author
Old-style "in a little while"
Oft-quoted mysterious author
Mystery writer?
In a little while, a long while ago
In a bit, of yore
Ever and ___
Any day now, to a bard
Shortly, in Shakespeare
Oft-quoted auth.?
In short order, in verse
Before thou know'st
Any minute, old-style
Shortly
In a bit
In a short while
Limerick attribution, maybe: Abbr.
Soon, to poets
Soon, to bards
Shortly, to poets
Shortly, in poetry
In a bit, to bards
Before long, to a bard
By and by, poetically
Unknown auth Newsday 06 Dec 2016
Shortly, in verse The Washington Post 03 Dec 2016
Pronto, in poetry The Washington Post 28 Nov 2016
In a while, in poetry Universal 28 Nov 2016
Nameless auth USA Today 25 Nov 2016
Shortly after niece or nephew starts The Times Cryptic 23 Nov 2016
Very shortly, to Shakespeare LA Times Daily 22 Nov 2016
"Author unknown" byline Family Time 20 Nov 2016
By an unknown author, in poetry Universal 17 Nov 2016
A new number to be put up shortly The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Nov 2016
Soon, to Shakespeare The Washington Post 05 Nov 2016
Sugar apple Canadiana 31 Oct 2016
Soon enough New York Times 30 Oct 2016
Before long, to a bard Premier Sunday 30 Oct 2016
Soon, in verse LA Times Daily 16 Oct 2016
Unknown source, informally New York Times 11 Oct 2016
Unidentified girl accepts ring The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Oct 2016
Al-___ (support group) USA Today 09 Oct 2016
Presently Premier Sunday 09 Oct 2016
Composer of many limericks, for short New York Times 08 Oct 2016
Quotation citation Newsday 06 Oct 2016
Many a folk song writer: Abbr LA Times Daily 02 Oct 2016
Shortly, to Shelley Newsday 02 Oct 2016
Soon, to a bard Universal 02 Oct 2016
Bard's "before long" USA Today 01 Oct 2016
Soon, in romantic poetry Universal 09 Sep 2016
Briefly unknown? The Washington Post 23 Aug 2016
Bartlett abbr Universal 16 Aug 2016
In a bit, to a poet Family Time 15 Aug 2016
Oft-quoted auth.? Family Time 31 Jul 2016
In due course New York Times 17 Jul 2016
Author's unknown byline, briefly Universal 13 Jul 2016
Any minute, to Shakespeare LA Times Daily 11 Jul 2016
When Iago bade Cassio return Wall Street Journal 23 Jun 2016
Like many an Internet troll: Abbr LA Times Daily 22 May 2016
Any minute now, to a bard LA Times Daily 18 May 2016
Soon, to the Bard Family Time 09 May 2016
Unknown auth. credit Family Time 08 May 2016
Shakespeare's "in a sec" USA Today 03 May 2016
In a bit, to the Bard USA Today 25 Apr 2016
In a bit, in poems Universal 22 Apr 2016
Roget's abbr Universal 19 Apr 2016
In a short time Universal 02 Apr 2016
Unknown, for short USA Today 02 Apr 2016
Unknown author: Abbr LA Times Daily 07 Mar 2016
Unknown author, briefly Family Time 28 Feb 2016
How some tips are provided: Abbr Newsday 27 Feb 2016
Shortly, quaintly Family Time 21 Feb 2016
Uncredited: Abbr Newsday 17 Feb 2016
Like many proverbs, for short The Washington Post 14 Feb 2016
Shortly, to Shakespeare The Washington Post 12 Feb 2016
The Bard's ''any day now'' Newsday 11 Feb 2016
Soon to be nameless, shortly The Telegraph Cryptic 21 Jan 2016
Soon, in sonnets Wall Street Journal 12 Jan 2016
Discover it in Roman ontology any time soon Irish Times Crosaire 09 Jan 2016
In the blink of an orb? Universal 06 Jan 2016
Baffling byline USA Today 03 Jan 2016
Soon enough
Soon, in romantic poetry
In the blink of an orb?
Many a folk song writer: Abbr.
In a while, in poetry
Bartlett's abbr.
Very shortly, to Shakespeare
Soon, to a bard
Unknown source, informally
Baffling byline
Bartlett abbr.
Author's unknown byline, briefly
In due course
Composer of many limericks, for short
Any minute now, to a bard
Any minute, to Shakespeare
Like many an Internet troll: Abbr.
Bard's "before long"
Shakespeare's "in a sec"
Al-___ (support group)
What de Gaulle gave our Common Market application soon The Times Cryptic 31 Dec 2015
Like many a quote: Abbr LA Times Daily 27 Dec 2015
Nameless (abbr.); soon The Telegraph Quick 21 Dec 2015
Unidentified girl accepts love The Telegraph Cryptic 14 Dec 2015
'Author unknown' byline Jonesin 08 Dec 2015
Soon The Washington Post 30 Nov 2015
Bartlett's abbr Universal 25 Nov 2015
Briefly unknown? Universal 18 Nov 2015
Prolific "author" (Abbr.) Universal 17 Nov 2015
Unidentified writer's article about traditional drama The Times Cryptic 06 Nov 2015
Quote book abbr Newsday 04 Nov 2015
Unknown quote source, for short Universal 01 Nov 2015
Auth. unknown Universal 22 Oct 2015
Author unknown, for short Newsday 20 Oct 2015
Soon, in verse Eugene Sheffer 19 Oct 2015
In a little while LA Times Daily 16 Oct 2015
Abbreviated mystery writer? Universal 09 Oct 2015
"Writer unknown" Universal 05 Oct 2015
"Author unknown," for short Family Time 05 Oct 2015
Like most adages, for short New York Times 29 Sep 2015
Anytime now, of yore Universal 24 Sep 2015
Soon, in old poems Universal 22 Sep 2015
Unknown author Universal 18 Sep 2015
Author's work lacking an initial? The Telegraph Toughie 15 Sep 2015
A little later, in verse Newsday 11 Sep 2015
Incognito (abbrev) The Telegraph Quick 09 Sep 2015
Unattributed auth USA Today 26 Aug 2015
Mystery auth USA Today 19 Aug 2015
Soon, to poetic types USA Today 17 Aug 2015
In a bit, in verse Newsday 13 Aug 2015
In due time Eugene Sheffer 25 Jul 2015
Anytime now, old-style Universal 11 Jul 2015
Soon to be a prolific writer The Telegraph Toughie 07 Jul 2015
Shortly, in verse Newsday 02 Jul 2015
Ever and ___ Wall Street Journal 26 Jun 2015
Shortly, to Shakespeare LA Times Daily 22 Jun 2015
Not long from now New York Times 17 Jun 2015
In a short time, poetically LA Times Daily 08 Jun 2015
Briefly unknown? USA Today 08 Jun 2015
Any day now New York Times 08 May 2015
Any day now, to the Bard Universal 25 Apr 2015
'You shall have wine enough, my lord, ___': 'Richard III' The Chronicle of Higher Education 17 Apr 2015
Shortly seen on extremes of anti-war coalition Irish Times Crosaire 16 Apr 2015
Any day now, romantically USA Today 13 Apr 2015
Any day now, poetically Universal 08 Apr 2015
Shortly, to Shelley USA Today 03 Apr 2015
Any time now Eugene Sheffer 27 Mar 2015
Source of many quotations, for short USA Today 07 Mar 2015
Like Mr. X, briefly New York Times 07 Mar 2015
Pretty soon USA Today 28 Feb 2015
Before long, poetically The Chronicle of Higher Education 27 Feb 2015
Before long New York Times 22 Feb 2015
Unsigned, for short USA Today 16 Feb 2015
When Juliet tells the Nurse she will come in from the balcony New York Times 21 Jan 2015
Unsigned: Abbr Newsday 20 Jan 2015
Soon, to bards New York Times 14 Jan 2015
In a short time, poetically
Like most adages, for short
Not long from now
Soon, to bards
When Juliet tells the Nurse she will come in from the balcony
Before long, before
Before long, quaintly
Briefly unknown?
In a little while
Like many a quote: Abbr.
Shortly, to Shakespeare
In the near future
Presently
A little later, in verse
Author unknown, for short
Author unknown: Abbr.
In a bit, in verse
Poetic adverb
Quote book abbr.
Shortly, in verse
Unsigned: Abbr.
Short mystery writer?
Shortly, in a stanza
Soon
Soon, poetically
Soon, to Shelley
Soon, to the Bard
"Writer unknown"
Abbreviated mystery writer?
Any day now, poetically
Any day now, to the Bard
Anytime now, of yore
Anytime now, old-style
Auth. unknown
Briefly unknown?
Prolific "author" (Abbr.)
Soon, in old poems
Unknown author
Unknown quote source, for short
Any time now
Shortly
"You shall have wine enough, my lord, ___": "Richard III"
Before long, poetically
Sooner than thou thinketh
Any day now, romantically
Briefly unknown?
Mystery auth.
Pretty soon
Shortly, to Shelley
Soon, to poetic types
Source of many quotations, for short
Unattributed auth.
Unsigned, for short
Before you know it
Ever and ___
Any day now
Like Mr. X, briefly
By and by
Old folk song composer, often: Abbr.
Unsigned, briefly
Source unknown, as a quote: Abbr.
Soon, to Pope
In due time, poetically
In a little while, to Shakespeare
Bartlett's abbreviation
Creator of many quotations, apparently
Ever and __
In the near future, politically
Mysterious author
Shakespearean "shortly"
Shakespearean "soon"
Writer unknown
Quot. source, often
"Author unknown" (Abbr.)
"... __ the dreadful thunder / Doth rend the region": "Hamlet"
Quite soon, poetically
In a moment
Any day now
Before long
By and by
Like most Internet trolls: Abbr.
Like some annoying blog posts: Abbr.
Bartlett's byline, briefly
Soon, to a bard
Before thou knowest
Unsigned (abbr.)
In a bit, to Shakespeare
Shortly
Soon, quaintly
Like most graffiti, for short
In a moment
Before long, quaintly
"Author unknown" (Abbr.)
Quotation book abbr.
Any day now
Unknown auth.
"Author unknown," briefly
Any day now, poetically
Before thou knowest it
In a bit, poetically
In a bit, to Shakespeare
Quotation notation, briefly
Shakespearean "soon"
Soon
Unsigned, for short
Quotation notation, sometimes
Unknown auth.
Unattributed: Abbr.
Soon, in verse
Quote-book abbr.
Soon, poetically
Poet's "shortly"
Coming up, to milady
Notation after "A new broom sweeps clean"
Blue shade
Before long, quaintly
Before long, in a poem
Auth. unknown
In due time
Unknown, as a writer: Abbr.
Unknown author: Abbr.
Uncredited: Abbr.
Prolific unknown author?
"Author unknown" byline, briefly
Any minute, to old poets
Any minute
Auth. of many snarky blog comments
In a short time, quaintly
Author credited on many poems
Shortly, poetically
Abbreviated mystery writer?
"Author unknown" byline
Shortly
Without delay, to Wordsworth
Many a folk song, composer-wise: Abbr.
Common abbr. in Bartlett's
Author unknown (Abbr.)
Auth. of many snarky blog comments
Before thou knowest it
Erelong
Soon
Unknown author (abbr.)
Unknown auth. credit
Soon, bard-style
In a short while
In a while
Many a folk song, composer-wise: Abbr.
Like many quotes: Abbr.
Unsigned, as an article: Abbr.
Sometime soon
"Author unknown" byline
Any minute
Any minute now, to a bard
In a bit, to the bard
Forgettable author, for short
In a bit, old-style
Soon, to a bard
Like many snide comments on the web (abbr.)
Soon, in poetry
Soon, to Shelley
Shakespearean "straightaway"
Untraceable author, for short
In a little bit
"I'll come to you ___": Macbeth
9-Down and --
Ever and --
Soon
Shortly
Like many quotes: Abbr.
In a while
Before thou know'st
Auth. unknown
Nameless, briefly
Before you know it
Before long, poetically
Bartlett's byline, briefly
Before long
Before much longer, poetically
"I'll send for you ___": Othello
In a bit, in a poem
Without a name, briefly
Author credited on many poems
"We don't know who said it" abbr.
"Author" of many quotations
Nameless auth.
Erelong
Any minute now
Like some sources: Abbr.
Presently
Soon
By-and-by
A little later
Short mystery writer?
Soon, to Shakespeare
Soon, to the bard
Sooner than thou thinketh
Unnamed author (abbr.)
Shortly, to Shelley
"Author" of many quotations
Author w/o a name?
Bartlett's byline, briefly
In a bit, to the Bard
Oft-quoted "author" (Abbr.)
Quote-book abbr.
Soon, in poems
Soon, to a poet
Shortly, to a poet
Soon, to a poet
Presently
Short mystery writer?
Soon, to Shakespeare
Soon, to the bard
Sooner than thou thinketh
Unattributed, as a quote: Abbr.
Soon, to Shelley
Soon, in poems
Pretty soon
Presently
Soon, to a sonneteer
Of unknown authorship: Abbr.
Before long
Soon, to bards
Soon, in a stanza
Shortly, in verse
Abbr. used when an author is unknown
Author unknown (Abbr.)
Ere long
Pretty soon
Soon, quaintly
Many a lit. author
Auth. of many quotes?
Like Mr. X
Like some blog comments: Abbr.
Soon, poetically
Soon, in poems
Unknown author, briefly
Unknown writer (Abbr.)
Shortly, to Shakespeare
Without delay, to Wordsworth
Like some blog comments: Abbr.
Like Mr. X
Shortly, poetically
Any minute, once
Presently
Like many blog comments, informally
Soon, to a poet
Shortly, to Shakespeare
Quote-book abbr.
Ever's partner
Shortly, to Shakespeare
In a while
Soon enough
Like some graffiti: Abbr.
Soon, to Shakespeare
Pretty soon
Unknown auth. credit
Like most proverbs, for short
In a few minutes
Erelong, to a bard
Soon, poetically
Like some graffiti: Abbr.
Auth. of many quotes?
Without delay, to Wordsworth
Soon, poetically
Partner of ever
Author unknown
In a bit, poetically
Abbr. in a book of quotations
Any minute now, to a bard
Author credited on many old poems
Shakespearean "shortly"
Shortly, quaintly
Unknown author's byline
Unknown quote source, for short
Unknown writer (Abbr.)
Unknown author (Abbr.)
Unknown author, for short
In a short time, old-style
In a bit, poetically
Like many forum postings: Abbr.
In a bit, poetically
In a short time, old-style
Like "Beowulf," e.g.: Abbr.
Prolific auth.?
Quotation abbr.
Shortly
Abbr. in a book of quotations
Erelong
In a bit, to the bard
In a short while
Like "Beowulf," e.g.: Abbr.
Abbr. after a quote
In a bit
Soon, to bards
Soon, to a 5 Down
Quotation abbr.
Prolific auth.?
Oft-quoted author? (abbr.)
Like some sources: Abbr.
Any minute
Oft-quoted auth.
Shortly, to the Bard
In a trice
Before much longer
"Author" in many a citation: abbr.
In a bit, in poems
Like many limericks: Abbr.
Uninformative attribution: Abbr.
"Author unknown," for short
After a while
Having no known auth.
Like many a poet, for short
Erelong
Before long, to Shakespeare
"Author" of many quotes
Before too long
"Auth. unknown"
Soon, quaintly
Ever and ____
Oft-quoted author?
In a bit
Ever and ___
Popular writer?
Like most bathroom graffiti: Abbr.
'Author unknown abbr.'
Like some sources: Abbr.
Auth. of many quotations
Common quotation-book abbr.
Untraceable author, for short
Not named: Abbr.
Attribution abbr.
Source of many quotations, for short
Shortly, to Hamlet
Popular poet, briefly
Bartlett's abbr.
Soon, to a bard
Before long, poetically
Shortly, to Shakespeare
Before long, to Shakespeare
Any minute now, to a bard
At another time
Soon, to poets
Shortly, to the bard
Mr. X
In a bit, in a poem
After a while
Ever and __
In a bit
In a bit, to a bard
Quotation-book abbr.
After a while
Al-___ (support group)
In a short while
In a trice
Momentarily
Presently, poetically
Shortly
Soon, to a poet
Baffling byline, briefly
Before long, to the Bard
Ever and ___ (from time to time)
Nameless auth.
Soon, to a poet
Unknown author's byline, briefly
Poetic time reference
Mr. X
In not too long, old-style
In a bit
Bartlett's abbr.
"I would venture to guess that __, who wrote so many poems without signing them, was often a woman": Woolf
By and by, poetically
Shortly, to the Bard
By and by
In a moment
Author unknown byline, briefly
At once, to the Bard
"I would venture to guess that __, who wrote so many poems without signing them, was often a woman": Woolf
Bartlett's abbr.
"We don't know who said it" abbr.
Ever and ___
In a bit
In a little while
Mr. X
The unknown author, briefly
Unattributed, in Bartlett's
Before long
Erelong
In a bit
In not too long, old-style
Mr. X
Poetic time reference
Soon, to poets
Not just yet
Like many a wiseacre's comment: Abbr.
Like "Beowulf," in brief
Before too long
Any minute now
Al-___
Some authors, briefly
In the near future
Like some online forum postings: Abbr.
In a bit, to the bard
In a few
Directly
Soon, to bards
In a bit
Soon, ere now
Presently
Mystery writer, for short
In a short time
Like some LAPD tips
In a few
In a bit, to the bard
Soon, in the past
Like most adages: Abbr.
Like some LAPD tips
Having no known auth.
Abbr. in "Bartlett's Familiar Quotations"
In a bit
By and by
Erelong
Soon
Shortly
Prolific poet?
In a jiffy
Ever's partner
Unsigned: Abbr.
Soon
See 63-Across
In a bit, to the bard
Not right now
One of these days
Partner of 31-Down
In the blink of an orb?
In a minute, in a poem
Ere you can say Jack Robinson?
Quotation notation (abbr.)
Soon, to Spenser
Soon
Before too long
Bartlett's abbr.
"Auth. unknown"
Soon
In a while
Before long
Soon, poetically
Ever's partner
Prolific "author"
Right away, or later
Erelong
Shakespeare's "soon"
In a short while
Secret identity?: Abbr.
Like many SFPD tips
"Primary Colors" auth.
Later
Source of many a proverb, for short
At another time
Shortly, to a bard
At another time
Not forthwith
Later
Quotation designation: Abbr.
At another time
Unknown auth.
Soon, to Shakespeare
Soon, ere now
Soon, bard-style
Ever partner
At another time
After a while
Poetic "soon"
Secret identity?: Abbr.
In due course
Teen-__ (help program)
Without delay, in poetry
Third Witch's third line in "Macbeth"
Poetic adverb
Author w/o a name?
Coming up shortly
Quotation notation
Shortly, to a bard
Soon, in a sonnet
In a short while
In a little while
Common abbr. in Bartlett's
Like many SFPD tips
"Author" of the observation, briefly
Presently
Prolific auth
Soon, in poetry
Partner for ever
Shortly
Notable quotable: Abbr.
Ever's partner
At once, once
Unnamed auth.
"Primary Colors" author
In a bit
In a while
Later
Mystery writer?
Auth. unknown
Like most graffiti: Abbr.
Ever and ___ (from time to time)
Author of the quip at 20-, 37-, 51-, 66-, 20-, 37-, and 51-Across
At a later date
Before long
Ever and ___
Ever's partner
In a while
Not right now
Shortly, to the Bard
In a bit, to the Bard
When Iago bade Cassio return
Abbr. in a book of quotations
Al-___ (support group for family and friends of alcoholics)
Later, to the Bard
"... and ___ with joy receiveth it." (Matthew 13:20)
After a bit
After a while
By-and-by
Famous author
Prolific auth.
Prolific poet?
In short order
Soon
Later, to the Bard
"... and ___ with joy receiveth it" (Matthew 13:20)
See 38-Down
Shortly
Ever's partner
Soon, in a sonnet
Shakespearean "shortly"
Auth. unknown
Bard's "in a little while"
Auth. unknown
Al- --
Shortly, to the Bard
Unnamed auth.
Before thou knowest it
In a little while
In a while
Unknown auth.
Soon, to a bard
Soon, in poetry
Bard's "soon"
Popular author's ID
By and by
In a bit, to the Bard
Soon, to a bard
Oft-quoted auth.
In a while
Mr. X, for short
Pronto
After a while
Directly
Soon, poetically
In a short time
Erelong
Briefly unknown?
Like many a quip: Abbr.
Nameless, for short
Sometime soon
Unattributed: Abbr.
Within the hour, maybe
Unnamed auth.
Unknown auth.
Auth. unknown
Erelong
Sonneteer's soon
Prolific author?: Abbr.
In due time
By and by
In a short time
Not right now
Oft-quoted auth.
Popular author's ID
Shortly, to Shelley
Oft-quoted auth.
"Author unknown" byline
Erelong
He gets quoted often: abbr.
Much quoted auth.
Not right now
Shortly, to Shelley
In a while, in poetry
Presently
Quotation notation
Quotation notation
Before you know it
By and by
Prolific "author"
Author unknown, for short
By and by
By and by
Mystery writer?
Forthwith
Modest signature
Soon
Before long, long before now
Over's partner
Poetic adverb
Quotation attribution: Abbr.
Prolific auth.
Soon, to a poet
Author unknown, for short
Bard's "soon"
In a bit, to the Bard
In a little bit
Prolific "author"
Prolific author?
Without delay, in poetry
Briefly unknown?
In a bit, to the Bard
In a little while
Before long
See 17A
Quotation book abbr.
Not quite yet
Mysterious byline, for short
Author unknown, for short
Auth. unknown
Not just yet
Auth. unkown
Any minute now
Unknown author (abbr.)
Bard's "soon"
At another time
(Auth. unknown)
"Author unknown" byline
Prolific, but unknown, author?
In the near future
At another time
Bard's "before long"
Oft-cited auth.?
At once, for Shakespeare
Common Bartlett's abbr.
Not just yet
By and by
Any minute now
In a short time
At another time, in an old-fashioned way
"Directed by Alan Smithee," essentially: abbr.
Ever's companion
Soon
Prolific author?
Unknown writer (abbr.)
In the near future, in the past
In a bit, to the Bard
Freq. attribution in Bartlett's
Ever's partner
Author unknown (abbr.)
Abbreviated mystery writer?
"Author unknown," for short
Common Bartlett's abbr.
Any time now
Author unknown: Abbr.
Ever and ___
Prolific author?: Abbr.
Any minute
This may follow words of wisdom
"Primary Colors" author, for short
At hand
Coming soon, in the past
Shortly
Common Bartlett's abbr.
Down the line
"Primary Colors" auth.
Soon
Ever and _____
In the near future, in the past
Old-fashioned word for "in a little while"
In due time
Prolific auth.?
Some time hence
Like some donations: abbr.
By-and-by
Ever's partner
Mystery writer?
In due time
In a few minutes
"Author unkonwn": Abbr.
6 Down in hiding?
Bartlett's abbr.
Like most jokes on the Internet: Abbr.
Later
Soon, to Shakespeare
Shakespearean "soon"
Tag on some quotes
Freq. author
Quote note
Ever's partner
In the near future
Right away
Author credited on many old poems
Pretty soon
Primary Colors auth.
Oft-quoted indiv.
Prolific auth.?
Bartlett's abbr.
In a while
Al-___ (valuable support group)
Before long
Untraceable, for short
Prolific auth.?
Like most proverbs: Abbr.
Untraceable, for short
In a moment
In a short time
Mystery author
Nameless author: Abbr.
The unknown author
"Author unknown": Abbr.
In short order
Bartlett abbr.
Unknown, as an author: Abbr.
Down the road
Shortly
Unknown quote's attrib.
Prolific "author"
Later
In a short while
Briefly
Bartlett's abbr.
After a while
In the near future
Forthwith
Prolific writer?: abbr.
Later
Not right now
Prolific poet?
Nameless for short
Shy author?
"Mr. X"
In good time
Like most limericks, in short
Like most nursery rhymes: Abbr.
Shakespearean "soon"
Oft-cited auth.?
In a little while, to Juliet
"Primary Colors" author, for short
Some other time
Pretty quick
Author unknown, for short
Mr. X for short
Not known: Abbr.
Oft-quoted "author" (abbr.)
Eftsoon
Bartlett's abbreviation
Freq. quotation attribution
Betimes, updated
Quotable notable?: Abbr.
Ghost writer?
Not now
Soon, in verse
Soon to a bard
Nameless: abbr.
Author unknown: abbr.
Author of many poems?
Forgettable author, for short
In a jiff
Mystery writer?
Pop. author
Eftsoon
Mr. X, for short
Prolific auth.
Quot. attribution
Prolific "author"
Betimes
Quotation notation?
Soon after
Ever and _____
Not right now
Author of 95 Across
Familiar byline
By-and-by
Presently
Later
Ever and ___
Soon
"___, good nurse!": Juliet
In a while
Shortly
Prolific auth.
Before long
At another time
Prolific anth. author
In a bit
In a short time
Juliet's word to her nurse
World's most prolific author?
Composer of "Te Deum"
After a while
Presently
Immediately
Unknown auth.
Most quoted author
Forthwith
Ubiquitous auth.
At some other time
Unsigned, for short
Prolific author?
Oft-quoted auth.
Soon, to Shakespeare
At once, once
Erelong
Ever's pal
In the offing
"Author" of sorts
In a little while
Ever and __
Maybe mañana
Prolific composer or author
Ever's partner
Poet's soon
By and by
Most prolific auth.
Pretty soon
Prolific author, for short
Prolific poet: Abbr.
Prolific author
Right away
Prolific author: Abbr.
In due time
Certain writers: Abbr.
Nameless: Abbr.
Oft-quoted author: Abbr.
Literary credit
Abbr. in a quotation book
Much-cited source
Abbr. in an anthology
Familiar sig.
Common signature
Familiar author: Abbr.
Popular signature
Prolific writer
Signature on some writings: Abbr.
Prolific author.
John Doe, e.g.
Literary abbreviation.
After a while.
Soon.
Signature on some writings.
Shortly.
Famed author, for short.
Unsigned: Abbr.
Partner of ever.
Companion of ever.
Betimes.
At another time.
Presently.
By and by.
Author of note.
At once, once.
Unascribable: Abbr.
Bearing no name: Abbr.
Oft-cited authority: Abbr.
Ever and ___.
Forthwith, formerly.
Pretty soon.
Unknown: Abbr.
Short for a much-quoted author.
Oft-quoted source.
In a while.
Erelong.
Partner of 58 Down.
Widely quoted author, for short.
Forthwith.
Of unknown name: Abbr.
Right away.
Sun god.
After a time.
Later on.
Soon, old style.
Straightway.
Unknown author: Abbr.
Straightaway.
Author unknown.
At once, in Shakespeare's day.
Before long.
What some Valentines are: Abbr.
Straightway: Archaic.
Signature on many poems.
Abbreviation for an unknown.
Companion of 2 Down.
At once: Arch.
Not long from now.
Composer of 111 Across.
At once: Archaic.
Presently,
In a jiffy.
In a moment.
In good time.
Frequent word in book of quotes.
Later.
Mañana.
In a little while.
Unknown author.
Soon: Poetic.
In a short time.
Composer unknown.
Author of "The Little Brown Jug."
Nameless writer.
Of unknown authorship: Abbr.
Shakespeare's "soon."
Poet who is nameless.
Prolific writer.
Soon, straightaway.
Soon, to a bard
Very shortly
In a sec
Erelong, to a bard
Like unsourced quotations, briefly
Shortly, in Brit Lit claas
Shortly, in a stuck-up way
Shortly, quaintly
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