timely

[adj] - before a time limit expires 2. [adj] - done or happening at the appropriate or proper time
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Timely

Time'ly adjective [ Compar. Timelier ; superl. Timeliest .] 1. Being or occurring in good time; sufficiently early; seasonable. 'The timely dew of sleep.' Milton. 2. Keeping time or measure. Spenser....
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Timely

Time'ly adverb Early; soon; in good season. « Timely advised, the coming evil shun.» Prior. « Thanks to you, That called me timelier than my purpose hither, For I have gained by it.» Shak.
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timely

seasonable adjective done or happening at the appropriate or proper time; `a timely warning`; `with timely treatment the patient has a good chance of recovery`; `a seasonable time for discussion`; `the book`s publication was well timed`
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Timely

• (superl.) Being or occurring in good time; sufficiently early; seasonable. • (adv.) Early; soon; in good season. • (superl.) Keeping time or measure.
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Timely

1) on time. 2) in the time specified in the contract, or by court.
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timely

adj. within the time required by statute, court rules or contract. Example: a notice of appeal is required to be filed within 60 days of the entry of judgment, so a notice filed on the 61st day is not "timely."
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Timely

Within the time required by statute, court rules, or contract. For example, if a notice of appeal must be filed within 60 days of the entry of judgment, a notice filed on the 61st day would not be timely.
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