Anytime [noun]

Definition of Anytime:

unspecified moment, period

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Sentence/Example of Anytime:

While investors should understand that massive earnings beats likely won’t repeat themselves, the increasingly important role our homes are playing in our lives probably won’t be changing anytime soon.

That is the message from San Diego Unified officials, who announced Monday that school would not likely be physically reopening anytime soon, City News Service reports.

There are signs that the influx in gun sales might not be slowing anytime soon.

Going forward, the commission would make recommendations anytime officials want to purchase new devices capable of watching or listening to the public.

That said, the unemployment rate is still higher than it’s been since the Great Depression, and a lot of the lost jobs — in retail and restaurants, for instance — are unlikely to return anytime soon.

Links are still the most important external factor in SEO, and they aren’t about to go away anytime soon.

That’s why Sarah Glaven suspects that “living building materials are not going to replace our existing building materials anytime soon.”

As dangerous, as volatile as anytime ever in the history of the Middle East.

Did you have occasion to look into your garage area at anytime during the period you were preparing dinner?

At anytime while you were preparing dinner was Lee Oswald in the garage?