Word "SOON" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
in the near future
Synonyms:
before long, presently, shortly
Examples:
the doctor will soon be here

Crossword Clues for SOON

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Clue Source Date
"Any second now!" Universal 17 Sep 2022
Any day now New York Times 03 Sep 2022
Shortly LA Times Daily 15 Aug 2022
The 'S' of A.S.A.P New York Times 15 Aug 2022
Vague response for an E.T.A New York Times 05 Aug 2022
Any time now Eugene Sheffer 04 Aug 2022
Before you know it USA Today 22 Jul 2022
Any second now USA Today 12 Jul 2022
'Any minute now . . .' USA Today 11 Jul 2022
Anon Eugene Sheffer 06 Jul 2022
With little delay Universal 05 Jul 2022
Shortly Thomas Joseph 23 Jun 2022
Shortly USA Today 21 Jun 2022
Any minute now USA Today 31 May 2022
In the near future Irish Times Simplex 19 May 2022
In short order Wall Street Journal 04 May 2022
Response to the question in 38-Across Wall Street Journal 02 May 2022
In the near future Irish Times Simplex 22 Apr 2022
'See you ___!' USA Today 01 Apr 2022
Part of ASAP USA Today 07 Mar 2022
"Any day now" LA Times Daily 21 Feb 2022
'Any day now' The Washington Post 21 Feb 2022
In no time Newsday 17 Feb 2022
Not long from now USA Today 12 Feb 2022
In a bit Universal 03 Feb 2022
In a jiffy USA Today 18 Jan 2022
Any day now USA Today 18 Nov 2021
Vague time Wall Street Journal 18 Nov 2021
Momentarily LA Times Daily 13 Nov 2021
Any minute now USA Today 06 Nov 2021
'It won't be long now' USA Today 09 Oct 2021
In a few minutes, say Universal 07 Sep 2021
Not long from now Family Time 22 Aug 2021
Before long Universal 18 Aug 2021
Shortly USA Today 03 Aug 2021
In the near future Universal 27 Jul 2021
Not that long from now Family Time 19 Jul 2021
In a moment New York Times 30 Jun 2021
Any day now Premier Sunday 27 Jun 2021
Not long from now Newsday 04 Jun 2021
U-turn from "much later" Family Time 10 May 2021
In a bit LA Times Daily 21 Mar 2021
In a few minutes or so The Washington Post Sunday 21 Mar 2021
In a bit The Washington Post 21 Mar 2021
In the near future Newsday 07 Mar 2021
Any day now New York Times 04 Mar 2021
Before you know it Universal 01 Mar 2021
'In a sec' USA Today 01 Mar 2021
Before long Universal 26 Feb 2021
"Not long" LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2021
'Not long' The Washington Post 10 Feb 2021
Any time now Eugene Sheffer 10 Feb 2021
'___ You'll Get Better' (Taylor Swift song with The Chicks) USA Today 30 Jan 2021
Any minute now Universal 06 Jan 2021
Any day now USA Today 06 Jan 2021
Any minute now New York Times 07 Dec 2020
Imminently The Telegraph Quick 04 Dec 2020
'Just be patient' New York Times 26 Nov 2020
'So ___?' New York Times 21 Nov 2020
'Any moment now' The Washington Post Sunday 15 Nov 2020
Before long Thomas Joseph 20 Oct 2020
Before long Newsday 29 Sep 2020
Before you know it Wall Street Journal 26 Sep 2020
“Coming ___ to a theater near you” Wall Street Journal 23 Sep 2020
'In a moment' The Washington Post Sunday 30 Aug 2020
Any time now Newsday 27 Aug 2020
Any day now Newsday 02 Aug 2020
Not too long from now USA Today 20 Jul 2020
Momentarily USA Today 18 Jul 2020
Before long USA Today 02 Jul 2020
Response to 'Are we there yet?' New York Times 26 Jun 2020
Shortly Universal 11 Jun 2020
In the near future Universal 10 Jun 2020
Any day now Universal 31 May 2020
"Any day now" LA Times Daily 12 Apr 2020
'Any day now' The Washington Post 12 Apr 2020
In a bit USA Today 22 Mar 2020
In a few minutes, say USA Today 07 Mar 2020
Imminently Universal 28 Dec 2019
Shortly The Telegraph Quick 03 Dec 2019
"Are we there yet?" reply LA Times Daily 16 Oct 2019
'Are we there yet?' reply The Washington Post 16 Oct 2019
In a jiffy New York Times 05 Oct 2019
Before too long Family Time 01 Sep 2019
Shortly Thomas Joseph 23 Aug 2019
'For violent fires __ burn out themselves': Shak The Washington Post 06 Jul 2019
"For violent fires __ burn out themselves": Shak LA Times Daily 06 Jul 2019
'Coming ___' (store sign) New York Times 03 Jul 2019
Any day now Wall Street Journal 24 Jun 2019
In a short time The Times Concise 28 May 2019
In a jiffy
Any day now
Shortly
"For violent fires __ burn out themselves": Shak.
"Coming ___" (store sign)
"Are we there yet?" reply
Before long Wall Street Journal 01 Dec 2018
Not long from now Universal 19 Nov 2018
Any moment The Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Nov 2018
'It won't be long' USA Today 30 Oct 2018
In a jiffy USA Today 17 Oct 2018
Momentarily Canadiana 15 Oct 2018
In a trice LA Times Daily 16 Sep 2018
In a trice The Washington Post 16 Sep 2018
Any minute New York Times 01 Sep 2018
Sage will lose his heart readily The Telegraph Toughie 28 Aug 2018
In a while? No, better Universal 17 Aug 2018
Shortly Canadiana 13 Aug 2018
Procrastinator's promise New York Times 11 Jul 2018
Erelong LA Times Daily 04 May 2018
Erelong The Washington Post 04 May 2018
Procrastinator's promise Wall Street Journal 02 May 2018
Any moment now Newsday 03 Apr 2018
Procrastinator's promise LA Times Daily 26 Mar 2018
Procrastinator's promise The Washington Post 26 Mar 2018
Before you know it USA Today 20 Feb 2018
"Any minute now" USA Today 03 Feb 2018
"I'm getting to it" USA Today 01 Feb 2018
In a bit Universal 04 Jan 2018
Not long from now
Any minute
Procrastinator's promise
Erelong
In a trice
Any moment
In a bit
In a while? No, better
In a jiffy
In a bit
Before you know it
"It won't be long"
"I'm getting to it"
"Any minute now"
Procrastinator's promise
Before long
Any moment New York Times 02 Nov 2017
Staller's word of promise Universal 16 Oct 2017
"Any day now . . ." USA Today 16 Aug 2017
In just a short while Universal 16 Jul 2017
'I'm getting to it' The Washington Post 18 Jun 2017
"I'm getting to it" LA Times Daily 18 Jun 2017
In a little while Universal 29 May 2017
Part of ASAP Newsday 12 Apr 2017
Shortly Newsday 04 Apr 2017
Before long Premier Sunday 26 Mar 2017
Any second now USA Today 02 Mar 2017
Backsliding seaman gets working shortly The Times Cryptic 01 Feb 2017
Any day now Family Time 16 Jan 2017
Before you know it Family Time 09 Jan 2017
In a little while LA Times Daily 02 Jan 2017
In a little while
"Any day now . . ."
"I'm getting to it"
Any moment
Any day now
Any second now
In just a short while
Staller's word of promise
In a little while
"Any day now ..." Universal 16 Dec 2016
In a short time Universal 12 Dec 2016
On the horizon Newsday 02 Dec 2016
Presently Universal 01 Dec 2016
'In a minute' Wall Street Journal 30 Nov 2016
In just a bit Universal 26 Nov 2016
"It's next on my list" LA Times Daily 24 Nov 2016
Before you know it Newsday 15 Nov 2016
Shortly Wall Street Journal 07 Nov 2016
In a minute or two Wall Street Journal 20 Oct 2016
Momentarily Premier Sunday 09 Oct 2016
Anytime now Eugene Sheffer 16 Sep 2016
By and by New York Times 16 Sep 2016
Early The Telegraph Quick 03 Sep 2016
Before you know it LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2016
Procrastinator's favorite word New York Times 06 Aug 2016
Any minute now Newsday 18 Jul 2016
Vague time Wall Street Journal 01 Jul 2016
In a jiffy Wall Street Journal 18 Jun 2016
Before long The Washington Post 09 Jun 2016
By and by Universal 14 May 2016
"Just another minute" LA Times Daily 29 Apr 2016
In a minute Universal 12 Feb 2016
"In a minute" USA Today 07 Jan 2016
Any second now New York Times 04 Jan 2016
In a bit
Any second now
Any day now
Procrastinator's favorite word
"Any day now ..."
In a minute
In a short time
In just a bit
"In a minute"
"It's next on my list"
Before you know it
By and by
In a few minutes The Washington Post 16 Dec 2015
Any time now USA Today 14 Nov 2015
"In a minute" Universal 11 Nov 2015
In the near future USA Today 17 Sep 2015
Any minute Premier Sunday 21 Jun 2015
Member of family admits love willingly The Telegraph Cryptic 12 Jun 2015
Imminently USA Today 03 Jun 2015
Sometime today Universal 29 May 2015
In short order LA Times Daily 24 May 2015
Shortly New York Times 13 Apr 2015
In a moment Newsday 25 Feb 2015
Sum of odd numbers, for starters? You should get that any day now! Irish Times Crosaire 21 Feb 2015
Before too long USA Today 16 Feb 2015
Not too distantly Newsday 07 Feb 2015
In a few minutes Newsday 03 Feb 2015
A short while from now Newsday 17 Jan 2015
Within the hour USA Today 02 Jan 2015
Any time now
Within the hour
In a jiffy
In the near future
A short while from now
Any day now
Before long
Sometime today
Any day now
"In a minute"
Before you know it
In a few minutes
In a moment
Not too distantly
Any minute
Any time now
In a few minutes
In a bit
Any day now
Before too long
Imminently
Shortly
In short order
In a moment
Shortly
In just a bit
Any minute now
"It won't be long"
___-to-be
Before long
"It won't be long"
Before you know it
In the near future
Presently
Any minute now
Any day
In the next couple minutes
Not quite yet
In short order
In short order
Coming ___ (theatrical teaser)
Frequent response to "When will we get there?"
Any minute now
Vague deadline
In the next few minutes
". . . not a moment too ___"
Vague response to "When?"
Directly
Procrastinator's word
Before long
Not far off
Procrastinator's word
Before long
Any time now
The "cetera" of "et cetera"
Anon
Just minutes away
Directly
Delaying tactic word
Any minute now
On the horizon
Comforting reply to "When?"
Imminently
One of these days
Delaying tactic word
Directly
Neil Diamond "Girl, You'll Be a Woman ___"
In short order
Any day now
Adverb in many fortune cookie fortunes
Any minute
Part of 58 Down
Shortly
In a day, say
In a few minutes
"Not much longer"
Any minute now
Frequent answer to "When?"
Vague deadline
Before you know it
In a bit
One of these days
In a few minutes
Any minute now
"Coming ___ to a theater near you"
Any-day-now Tanya Tucker song?
"A fool and his money are ___ parted"
"Any day now"
Any minute now
In a moment
Any day now
". . . are ___ parted"
When to get well?
Not long
Time to get well?
Procrastinator's promise
Procrastinator's response
Any minute now
Any day now
When to get well?
"... are ___ parted"
Not long off
In short order
In a sec
Pronto
After a short time
Shortly
In just a bit
After a short time
Presently
Shortly
Before long
In just a bit
Before long
Before too long
Any minute
Coming up
Directly
Sometime today, say
In a minute
Any minute now
Not far off
Before long
In a jiffy
Not far off
"So ___?"
In short order
In the near future
Any second now
On the horizon
Any day now
In a moment
Any time now
Not quite yet
In a minute
Response to an impatient person
Vague time
Quickly
In a short time
Before you know it
After a short time
In two shakes
In the near future
In two shakes
"... are ___ parted"
Shortly
In a minute
Vague time
Before long
"Coming ___ to a theater near you ..."
Expeditiously
"Any day now"
By and by
Quickly
In the near future
Right away
Part of ASAP
By and by
Directly
Anon
Vague time
Before you know it
Any day now
Before you know it
By and by
One of these days
Part of ASAP
Sometime today, say
Not quite forthwith
Procrastinator's promise
Not quite forthwith
Before long
In the near future
Before long
Procrastinator's promise
In a minute or two
Just around the corner
Just around the corner
In a jiffy
Before too long
Momentarily
In a jiff
Anon
Within the hour
In next to no time
In a bit
Momentarily
Directly
Any time now
Anon
Any time now
Before you know it
Presently
Time to get well?
Anon
Presently
Time to get well?
In a jiffy
Promptly
Shortly
Just around the corner
In no time
Procrastinator's promise
In a bit
In a minute
Just minutes from now
Within a relatively short time
In a bit
Any minute now
In no time
Pronto
In a minute
Anon
Part of ASAP
Before long
Part of ASAP
Promptly
"Any day now ..."
In no time
In no time
Staller's promise
Possible answer to "When?"
Presently
Any minute
In a minute
In a while
Quickly
Any time now
In short order
Within minutes
Any day now
Any minute
Erelong
In the near future
Imminently
Imminently
Procrastinator's promise
"In a minute"
Before you know it
Any time now
Presently
Not long from now
Shortly
Any moment
Momentarily
In a minute
"Coming ___ to a theater near you"
In a while
Any time now
Part of ASAP
Too ____: '40s song hit
One of these days
Speedily
Speedily
Presently
In a jiff
Anon
Not quite yet
Shortly
Word in a promise
1935 Rodgers and Hart song
Annon
Gershwin song of 1930
Gershwin tune
Anytime now
In no time
Pronto
Comforting reply to "When?"
Directly
In a moment
Promise word
In a mo
"Strike Up the Band" song: 1930
In a while
Gershwin song: 1930
Gershwin song: 1927
Early
Forthwith
Promptly
Part of a.s.a.p.
Anon
"Too ___ old, too late smart"
Willingly
In a bit
Later, alligator
Tune from "A Little Night Music"
By and by
Posthaste
At any time now
And ___ (etc.)
And ___
"I'd just as ___"
" . . . is ___ forgotten"
" . . . are ___ forgotten"
Betimes
Readily
Part of etc.
Shortly.
Readily.
Quickly.
Before long.
Subsequently.
Word of postponement.
Promptly.
Directly.
Without delay.
And ___.
Early.
In a while.
Presently.
In the near future.
And ___ (and others).
Today or tomorrow, maybe.
And ___ (et cetera).
Mañana, perhaps.
Erelong.
Ahead of time.
Just around the corner.
Just around the figurative corner.
At an early date.
Gershwin song hit.
Anon.
Any second now
"Almost finished"
The Smith's "How ___ Is Now?"
In a bit
"I'm almost done"
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