a native or resident of Oklahoma
comparatives of `soon' or `early'
"Come a little sooner, if you can"; "came earlier than I expected"
preferably, sooner, rather(adverb)
more readily or willingly
"clean it well, preferably with warm water"; "I'd rather be in Philadelphia"; "I'd sooner die than give up"
I would sooner die than marry you!
A native or resident of the American state of Oklahoma; a sports competitor representing the University of Oklahoma.
One who crossed into Indian territory before the official opening of settlement, in order to obtain land sooner.
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Rank popularity for the word 'sooner' in Written Corpus Frequency: #3662
Rank popularity for the word 'sooner' in Adverbs Frequency: #304
The numerical value of sooner in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of sooner in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of sooner in a Sentence
In properly organized groups no faith is required; what is required is simply a little trust and even that only for a little while, for the sooner a man begins to verify all he hears the better it is for him.
Life is bound to be challenging and changing as well. Yes you heard me right as usual, that's normal and should be expected too for as long as you live. But even at that, don't/never grow weak/weary. Just keep on believing/hoping in/for a positive change and dare to forge ahead no matter what happens. For, sooner than you even think/expect it, everything is going to be all right. But mind you, that is provided you believe in all that/these.
I have to believe they will take one sooner rather than later. It's clear notwithstanding all the decades since Roe v. Wade that there is intense disagreement among Americans, anytime you have that much turmoil in the political process it's going to create conflicts the court must address.
While there is a sense that rates will go up over time, they are still at very low levels so transactions can be financed attractively. There's also a sense that it's better to do deals sooner rather than later, because rates will go higher.
Sooner or later your life is going to flash before your eyes; make sure it’s worth watching.
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