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Spell check of early

Correct spelling: early

Synonyms:
earlier, childhood, Genesis, primeval, infantile, crude, alpha, inaugural, archaean, wee, direct, shortly, babyish, start, bush, bushy, aforesaid, prehistoric, proto, date back to, rude, inopportune, speedy, budding, before, late, embryotic, androgynous, just, embryonic, primal, earlyish, girlhood, commencing, the undersigned, pioneer, anteceding, baby, dwarf, antediluvian, young, fetal, incipient, early on, archaic, opening, matutinal, too soon, new, primaeval, hereafter, presently, retrospective, prime, introductory, foremost, algal, newborn, novice, sprouting, see, barren, in embryo, precocious, precipitous, spring, therein, quick, prior, archaeozoic, archeozoic, anticipatory, dawned, preparatory, advance, ahead of time, after, front-end, foregoing, barely, aforementioned, boyhood, primitive, archean, at first, beginning, starting, formative, proterozoic, advanced, time, briefly, above, raw, unexpected, half-baked, developmental, precursory, unseasonable, aboriginal, other, bare, precipitant, avant-garde, beforehand, immature, inchoate, future, emerging, immediate, aromatic, initial, previous, slow, primordial, aquatic, childish, fresh, hatching, preliminary, hasty, original, nascent, former, unlooked-for, northern, past, in advance, biennial, historical, old, first, soon, ahead, infant, preceding, all along, creeping, maiden, since, childlike, below, above-mentioned, pronto, historically, adolescence, untimely, azoic, germinal, ancient, close, embryo, hardy, earliest, development, imminent, betimes, modern, arboreal.

Antonyms:
detained, later, middle, anticipated, advanced, behindhand, old, overdue, posthumous, full-fledged, evolved, higher, developed, full-blown, belated, mid, present, slow, intervening, belatedly, past, complex, tardily, high, future, tardy, after-hours, New, Modern, delinquent, latish, tardive, late, ripe, expected, delayed, full-scale, postponed.

Examples of usage:

1) " Hurry, dear," her mother called after her; " we shall have an early dinner." - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

2) Richard was to leave early this morning. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

3) That is well we go early. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

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