Examples of sooner or later in a Sentence
sooner or later, the police are going to track down the burglar
Recent Examples of sooner or later from the Web
There may well be competition as Turkish giants Fenerbahce are tipped to make an offer 'sooner or later'.
Maine is offering a potential solution with the problem of multiple parties, ranked choice voting would at least eliminate the problem California will sooner or later face of having fringy election winners with narrow pluralities.
The hurricane damage last season in Puerto Rico, Florida and Texas shows that infrastructure should have been hardened for such storms, which were certainly going to come sooner or later.
The deal may take a while to unravel, but if the White House continues down this senseless path, Tehran will restart its nuclear program sooner or later.
In what has been dubbed Godwin's law, author Mike Godwin asserted in 1990 that if an online discussion on any topic goes on long enough, someone sooner or later will make a Hitler reference.
New album Love is for Losers, coming eventually sooner or later.
But sooner or later, Apple will probably have to address the problem.
Opposition territorial losses in many cities, such as Homs, Aleppo and others, led to civilian perceptions that all opposition areas would fall sooner or later.
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sooner or later Synonyms
at last (or at long last), at length, in the end, in the fullness of time, in time;
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