just in time

ADVERB
  1. at the last possible moment
    she was saved in the nick of time
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How To Use just in time In A Sentence

  • Worship God everyday;not just in times of adversity.
  • We got to the theater just in time.
  • The sound was turned back on just in time for another Hatton onslaught. Times, Sunday Times
  • Walker, standing at the foot of the shaft waiting for the answering signal from above, heard the noise and the rush of Mag's body as it bumped from side to side in its mad descent, and starting back, he was just in time to get clear as the mangled mass of rags and blood and pulpy flesh fell with a loud splashy thud at the bottom, the blood spattering and "jauping" him and the bottomer, and blinding their eyes as it flew all over them. The Underworld The Story of Robert Sinclair, Miner
  • Dana arrived just in time to witness Jeremy Devonshire's little fit, and she propped herself in the doorway to wait for the storm to lull.
  • The Duke regained his senses just in time to see another haymaker about to be launched in his direction.
  • After the earlier downpours, the rain clouds cleared and the sun arrived just in time for Saturday's colourful street procession.
  • Just in time to rescue the roast, a new range of gourmet gravies and stocks has hit the shelves. Times, Sunday Times
  • I spot the mountain biker just in time. Times, Sunday Times
  • I opened my eyes and forced my body to turn just in time to stop myself from landing on my stomach.
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