What is opposite of late?

What is opposite of late?

“Since you have arrived early, can you help me set up?”…What is the opposite of late?

early punctual
unseasonable inopportune
precocious on time
ahead of time in advance
ahead ready

What is the opposite word of late late?

Antonym of Late

Word Antonym
Late Early
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What is the another word of late?

What is another word for late?

belated overdue
tardy behind
behindhand delayed
unpunctual delinquent
dilatory slow

What’s a word for never late?

What is another word for not late?

on time prompt
punctual timely
on schedule in time
to schedule well timed
not delayed bang on time

How do you say too late?


  1. backward.
  2. behindhand.
  3. belated.
  4. dawdling.
  5. delayed.
  6. delinquent.
  7. detained.
  8. dilatory.

Is hate opposite of love?

Love and hate — they aren’t opposites, and it’s not a zero sum game where the more of one means the less of the other. Both feelings can stir, as they inevitably do. That may be key: whether moments of positivity (“I cherish her” or “I admire her”) significantly outweigh moments of negativity (“I hate him”).

Is Tidsoptimist a real word?

Pronounced [tid-sop-tuh-mist], Tidsoptimist is a word of Swedish origin that refers to a person who thinks he or she has more time than they actually do, and thus, are habitually late.

Does untimely mean late?

not timely; not occurring at a suitable time or season; ill-timed or inopportune: An untimely downpour stopped the game. happening too soon or too early; premature: his untimely demise.

What’s a word for always being late?

1 tardy; slow, dilatory; delayed, belated.

What is a Tidsoptimist mean?

habitually late
‘Tidsoptimist, a person who’s habitually late because they think they have more time than they do’.

What is it called when someone is always late?

New Word Suggestion. a person who’s habitually late because they think they have more time than they do.

How do you say too little too late?

  1. paltry.
  2. tenuous.
  3. scanty.
  4. minimum.
  5. sparse.
  6. miserable.
  7. scant.
  8. insufficient.