Time enough

in season; early enough.

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However, his warning was so short, that he could not reach to Stony-Stratford time enough to be with me at night, but he met me at a place called Brickhill the next morning, as we were just coming in to tow.
Patience, my dear Handel: time enough, time enough.
His lordship could not conveniently spare time enough for the journey to Venice, but he and Lady Montbarry arranged to accompany Mrs.
Don't leave me time enough to take the stingy view of five hundred pounds.
It seemed as if the respite had been too short-- they had not had time enough to get ready for it; but still it came, inexorably, and the hunted look began to come back into the eyes of little Stanislovas.
And then another sneer, "Waste time enough over it too," followed perhaps by the bitter retort from the other party "You seemed to like it well enough though, playing the fool with that chit of a girl.
There would be time enough to send it before the messenger should go to the village.
Levin made no answer this time, not because he did not want to enter upon a discussion with the priest, but because, so far, no one had ever asked him such questions, and when his babes did ask him those questions, it would be time enough to think about answering them.
Yes," said he, "yes, that would flatter me very much; but I should not have time enough to enjoy the distinction.
Would there be time enough to get rid of the visitors and to establish her adopted daughter in the empty drawing-room before Julian appeared?
But what need I have been concerned at the tediousness of anything I had to do, seeing I had time enough to do it in?
The associations of these letters had been made the more painful by that sudden attack of illness which she felt that the agitation caused by her anger might have helped to bring on: it would be time enough to read them when they were again thrust upon her, and she had had no inclination to fetch them from the library.