Erelong

Part of speech: adverb

Erelong; before long.

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Usage examples "erelong":

  1. So perished, too, erelong, My own sweet hope; So too, unto my years Did Fate their youth deny. - "The Poems of Giacomo Leopardi", Giacomo Leopardi.
  2. An outcry for the change of a disastrous policy swelled rapidly in the manufacturing and trading towns; and erelong the battle of the colonists was being fought by allies upon English soil, who were stimulated by the potent impulse of self- preservation. - "Benjamin Franklin", John Torrey Morse, Jr..
  3. Erelong, there was the dragon! - "Folk Tales Every Child Should Know", Various.