earliness

[ UK /ˈɜːlɪnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. quality of coming early or earlier in time
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How To Use earliness In A Sentence

  • While all the fans at our sports bar seemed cheerful and well-behaved not a single fist-fight broke out just for the hell of it (perhaps owing to the earliness of the hour) it would be misleading to call them anything other than passionate about their team. World Cup Buzzed
  • The objective is to determine the optimal due-date and schedule simultaneously to minimize the completion time, earliness and tardiness penalties.
  • The earliness of the crop may help it escape severe yield loss due to rust and mildew but, undoubtedly these diseases will have some impact on the yields.
  • Mike was complaining about everyone's earliness.
  • I didn't sleep a wink last night for thinking about everything, hence the unearthly earliness of these posts.
  • Under the condition of permission the idle insert, a job sequence was determined, which minimize the maximum earliness.
  • They loose early potency and sort of go down a lineage, so you loose that 'earliness' of the stem cells. SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page
  • In this paper, interval numbers symbolize uncertain process times and the optimum objective is to minimize the weighted sum of penalty possibility for jobs due to earliness or tardiness.
  • While the mourners were busy in the vault, the three village hags, who, notwithstanding the unwonted earliness of the hour, had snuffed the carrion like vultures, were seated on the “through-stane,” and engaged in their wonted unhallowed conference. The Bride of Lammermoor
  • This variety is touted for earliness, flavor and its manageable 6-to 7-pound size with harvest about 58 days from transplants, 79 days from seed.
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