early; synonyms (adj) initial, first, primitive, prompt, young, quick, embryonic, matutinal, old, original, past, precocious, preliminary, premature, prime, primeval, primordial, untimely, advance, (adv) betimes, soon, earlier, timely; antonyms (adj) delayed, last-minute, slow, (adv) late.

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