early on

ADVERB
  1. during an early stage
    early on in her career
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How To Use early on In A Sentence

  • Most plants sold through garden centres have their heat factor stated clearly on the label.
  • I don't know what Dave means by "episcopacy" either, but there's widespread scholarly agreement that the monarchical episcopate wasn't universal early on. Triablogue
  • Where the god and the idolon were most nearly one there was least danger of confounding them. Surprised by Joy
  • Nearly one in ten were conned by fake companies claiming they'd get their payout. The Sun
  • Thus, early on in my youth he clued me in to what the secret of success is: networking.
  • It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength. Maya Angelou 
  • One name conspicuous by its absence was that of Nigel Kneale, whom Whitaker contacted very early on.
  • But very early on Monday morning, windows began to implode.
  • Investigators will be checking passenger manifests of outgoing flights from the east coast early on Tuesday morning.
  • Coffee, sugar, cotton, and indigo (a blue dye) from Haiti accounted for nearly one-half of France's foreign trade.
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