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Definition of soon:

  1. In a short time; without delay; early; quickly; promptly; readily; willingly; as soon as or so soon as, immediately at or after another event.

Synonyms:

hell-for-leather, curtly, first, fain, close, quick, any day/moment etc. now, double-quick, lickety-split, hot, momentarily, at the earliest/first opportunity, someday, forthwith, swift, full tilt, preferably, currently, in no time (at all), snappily, in brief, speedily, by and by, swiftly, pronto, posthaste, fleetly, briefly, briskly, presto, concisely, anon, in the short run/term, chop-chop, just, around the corner, willingly, short, in short, readily, quickly, hastily, imminent, apace, rapidly.

Usage examples:

  • How did you get here so soon?

    - "Man of Many Minds", E. Everett Evans.
  • " Ask him to come as soon as he can.

    - "A Man to His Mate", J. Allan Dunn.
  • We shall soon be with them.

    - "A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times Volume I. of VI.", Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot.