Definition of timeous in English:

timeous

Line breaks: tim|eous
Pronunciation: /ˈtʌɪməs
 
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adjective

chiefly Scottish
In good time; sufficiently early: ensure timeous completion and posting of applications
More example sentences
  • Relevant, sufficient, accurate and timeous data has to be collected to make informed decisions.
  • This allows for early detection of trends and this in turn allows for timeous changes in health strategies.
  • The situation is one of farce but it is of your own making as you have been and still are unable to comply with the basis of providing a timeous supply of good quality material.

Derivatives

timeously

adverb
More example sentences
  • There should be a more consistent workload, which would be facilitated by Ministers adhering to guidelines and tabling bills timeously.
  • There are no easy answers, but there must certainly be measures that can be taken timeously in order to eventually achieve more parity.
  • And all these problems could be avoided, if the ministers could simply and timeously explain what it was all about.

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