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Describing Time & Time Periods

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TIME

Period, Length, Frequency

 

TIME PERIOD

TIME LENGTH (Duration)

FREQUENCY

A Flash

A fore

A foresaid

Aforementioned

After Hours

Afternoon

Afterward

Decade

Early

Future

Late

Later

Lengthy

Moments

New

Overtime

Past

Present

Soon

Today

Tomorrow

Whenever

Years

Yesterday

 

Ad infinitum

Always

Annual

Briefly

Centuries

Consistently

Continual

Crawling

Drag

Eternity

Fast

Forever

Hour

Late

Lengthy

Long

Moment

Never

Second

Slow

Whirlwind

Yearly

Annual

Annually

Brisk

Compulsively

Continual

Continually

Daily

Frequently

Habitual

Infrequently

Intermittent

Intervals

Momentarily

Monthly

Often

Periodic

Rarely

Seldom

Sporadic

Weekly

Yearly

 

AGE

TIME SPEED

TIME OF DAY

Age of Consent

Ancient

Birth

Eons

Fogy

Fossil

Modern

Old

Old Age

Old-fashioned

Outdated

Puberty (Pubescent)

Spring Chicken

Young

Young Age

 

Quick

Rapid

Short

Slowly

Speedy

Punctual

Whirlwind

Flash

Fast

Swift

Tardy

 

Dawn

Daybreak

Daylight

Dusk

Noon

Noonday

Twilight

Evening

Early

Sunrise

Sunset