IPA: ˈɝɫiʌst


  • (comparative and superlative of `early') more early than; most early


  • with the least delay

Examples of "earliest" in Sentences

  • The one born the earliest is Arthur C. Clarke, in 1917.
  • On the means of developing the Bodily Senses in earliest Infancy.
  • Tertullian is commonly known as the earliest of the Latin fathers.
  • Note 108: The earliest is Zhigongtu by Xiao Yan in the Southern Dynasty (420-588). back
  • We all wore, even in earliest childhood, stiff little dresses with closely fitting boned bodices.
  • Experts say the earliest meaning of the English word farm was a yearly payment made as a tax or rent.
  • That problem I think will not surface in the next four, five or six months - the earliest is sometime in the latter part of 1985.
  • This most local (and yet interstellar) source of energy must stand on its own, despite being in earliest days of development, when it could benefit most from a boost from the public sector.
  • The first and earliest is a reference to the Dictionary of Modern Slang, Cant, and Vulgar Words, Used at the Present Day in the Streets of London; the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge; the Houses of Parliament; the Dens of St. Giles; and the Palaces of St. James; Preceded by a History of Cant (1859) by J [ohn].

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