Sentences for Early, Sentences with Early Meaning and Synonym Words

Sentences for Early, Sentences with Early Meaning and Synonym Words



  • Before the usual or expected time.(adverb)
  • Near the beginning of a particular time or period.(adverb)
  • Happening or done before the usual or expected time.(adjective)

early in the day, in the early morning, beginning, opening, commencing, starting, inceptive, embryonic, fledgling, untimely, premature, advance, forward, prior,

Example Sentences with early
  • Let’s go to the cinema early so that we can get good seats.
  • You might send your gifts for Christmas early.
  • You have no excuse for being early.
  • Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
  • Does she get up early in mornings?
  • We don’t have to get up early.
  • You have to wake up early.
  • We advised them to start early.
  • Steve advised an early start.
  • He got up early in order to catch the plane.
  • Birds sing early in the morning.
  • Since there were no customers, we closed the shop early.
  • He came to school early in the morning.
  • I had to come away from the party early.
  • You have to wake up early.
  • I wake up very early.
  • My father woke up early in the morning to realize his biggest dream, now we have a huge aquarium with colorful fish in our house.
  • We have to wake up early in the morning.
  • My son woke up early yesterday.
  • Alex arrived too early.