just then

ADVERB
  1. at a particular time in the past
    just then the bugle sounded
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How To Use just then In A Sentence

  • Just then the door opened and in stepped a wiry bearded man, who was mumbling to himself and skittering around cattishly.
  • Just then Edward handed Doctor Instow a goodly rasher of broiled ham, upon which was a perfectly poached egg; and directly after the man came round behind Jack, and quietly placed before him, with a whisper of warning that the plate was very hot, another rasher of ham, and at the first sight of it the lad began to shrink, but at the second glance, consequent upon a brave desire not to show his repugnance, he saw that it was a different kind of rasher to the doctor's, and that there was no egg. Jack at Sea All Work and no Play made him a Dull Boy
  • Just then, as hope began to relume my soul, Mr. Moodwell approached Atkins, saying, Autobiography of a female slave,
  • Just then, Dallas noticed one of the luscious women walking towards him.
  • Just then his valet helps him into his ninth change of clothes that day.
  • Just then there was a knock at the door.
  • Just then, an ettin shoved a heavy sledge into view. GuildWars Edge of Destiny
  • Just then, the movie began, with all its bright colors and orchestral music.
  • Just then, her bleary eyed, pajamaed husband Wilford Brimley walks in with a plate of pie. Y’all need backup? | clusterflock
  • And just then began the ugliest man to gurgle and snort, as if something unutterable in him tried to find expression; when, however, he had actually found words, behold! it was a pious, strange litany in praise of the adored and censed ass. Thus spake Zarathustra; A book for all and none
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