none too soon


: just before something happens : just in time
The firefighters reached the burning house none too soon.

Examples of none too soon in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web And none too soon—as the synthetic biology revolution creates more demand for recombinant proteins, the industry desperately needs to close the supply chain gap caused by manufacturing bottlenecks. John Cumbers, Forbes, 22 Feb. 2023 According to Dorothy Cochrane, curator in the aeronautics department at the National Air and Space Museum, the honor comes none too soon. Sara Novak, Discover Magazine, 19 Aug. 2022 The investment comes none too soon: Underserved immigrants and communities of color are among the populations who are least able to handle what’s coming next. Ellen McGirt, Fortune, 9 Aug. 2022 According to Rasch, the availability of such solutions comes none too soon. Judith Magyar, Forbes, 15 July 2022 The Covid-19 pandemic led President Biden to recreate a position at the White House’s National Security Council to oversee global health security — and none too soon, since the man in the position, Raj Panjabi, is now in charge of the White House’s response to monkeypox. Rachel Cohrs, STAT, 3 June 2022 The spotlight comes none too soon for St. John, an actor-director who — like so many Black filmmakers before and since — found his artistic road run out all too quickly. Nicolas Rapold, Los Angeles Times, 21 Mar. 2022 The wait is ending, and none too soon. Chase Goodbread, USA TODAY, 18 Mar. 2022 And the fulfillment of the dream comes none too soon for the Mingei, which boasts a collection of more than 8,500 objects. San Diego Union-Tribune, 8 Aug. 2021 See More

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“None too soon.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 29 Feb. 2024.

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