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yet

adverb

Synonyms and Antonyms of yet

  1. 1 at a later time <we may yet figure it out> Synonyms eventually, finally, someday, sometime, sooner or later, ultimately Related Words anon, before long, by and by, directly, imminently, momentarily, presently, shortly, soon; forthwith, immediately, promptly, pronto, right away, right now, right off, straightaway, straightway Phrases at last (or at long last), at length, in the end, in the fullness of time, in time Near Antonyms ne'er, never, nevermore

  2. 2 in addition to what has been said <offered yet another option for our planned tour of Europe> Synonyms additionally, again, also, besides, either, further, furthermore, likewise, moreover, then, too, withal, more

  3. 3 in spite of that <the hikers were scared, and yet they continued to go deeper into the cave> Synonyms even so, howbeit, nevertheless, nonetheless, notwithstanding, still, still and all, though, withal, howeverRelated Words after all, anyhow, regardless; per contra

  4. 4 up to this or that time <we have yet to win a single game> <she had yet to accomplish a single thing> Synonyms heretofore, theretofore, hithertoRelated Words before, formerly, previouslyNear Antonyms afterward (or afterwards), later, subsequently; hereupon, thereuponAntonyms henceforth, henceforward, hereafter, thenceforth, thenceforward (also thenceforwards), thereafter




yet

conjunction

Synonyms and Antonyms of yet

  1. if it were not for the fact that <it feels like summer, yet according to the calendar we're still in early spring> Synonyms but, only, saving, except




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