That Early in a sentence

How to use That Early in a Sentence?

  • In the present case they did with him exactly as they had done on that early occasion.
  • And it is to be noted that early legislation in regard to the players had been far from lenient.
  • So saying he sallied out into the deserted streets, for few were about at that early hour.
  • Some historical incidents connected with that early building will be found on a subsequent page.
  • For that early autumn weather was benignant, and the sun was mellow on the hills.
  • Bradlaugh gives notice that early next session he will call attention to perpetual pensions.
  • I would observe also that the propagation eastward inaugurated in that early day has never ceased.
  • The idea has been advanced that early marriages will tend to preserve youth from sowing wild oats.
  • Breakfast shall be ready for you, if that early meal does not become as usual a late meal.
  • One got her alone, and that early arrival was a little sign of appreciation she valued.
  • The map-maker of to-day would be astonished if confronted with the coast-line of that early time.
  • I do not know what this means, unless it implies that early primroses foretell an early summer.
  • It would sometimes happen that early visitors would find the great man not yet risen.
  • The day was so balmy that, early as it was still in the year, these windows stood open.
  • It established beyond question that we had citizens, at that early day, of thought and culture.
  • That early claim seems to be supported by evidence which is nearly, if not absolutely, conclusive.
  • Even at that early day there were one hundred and twenty-five people in Deerfield.

Short Example Sentence for That Early

  • It was a joy to be in them at that early hour.
  • Serves the chickens right for getting up that early.
  • But the place at that early hour was really lonely.
  • I must go on that early morning train.
  • The route at that early date was quite circuitous.
  • Charley shook her head as if in wonder at that early fear.
  • That early war time was a queer time for everyone.
  • He had the world all to himself, that early summer morning.
  • If you have one with that early tendency, cut it out.
  • The record of that early Boston store is meagre.
  • I like that; early fruits are always agreeable: ha!
  • There can be no doubt that early marriages are bad for both parties.
  • He never got over the sight that came to him that early day.
  • Such is the perversity of human nature even at that early age!
  • So much for the anthropological dogma that early theology has no ethics.
  • Thus the whole house was ringing that early morning with the sounds of music.
  • It was a glorious feast they had that early afternoon beside the shaded creek.
  • I find that early fall maturity is only one important factor.
  • It was far more expensive than silk, which at that early date was very costly.
  • The hymns give a vivid picture of that early world in which the prophet lived.
  • Even at that early day France was the ardent champion of aerial conquest.
  • His house already, at that early hour of two, smelt vigorously of dinner.
  • It was a Celtic shadow that early one morning obstructed my ancient lights.