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
So the gains from a partial deal will be negligible and Iran may well sooner or later restart its nuclear programme.
The teams that have dominated this generation have inspired the next one, and sooner or later, that next one will catch up.
If there's two big trees invariably sooner or later there's gonna be a little tree.
Here are the players the pundits are predicting A Cowboys future without Bryant was seemingly coming sooner or later.
Every other club in the game has to open its season on the road, sooner or later.
With analytics and algorithms encroaching on the game, sooner or later, technology was sure to follow.
Of course, the Duchess could go into labor sooner or later than that.
The question that finally drove them apart was the one that confronted every Indian tribe sooner or later: retreat in the face of white pressure, or fight to the bitter end?
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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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