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beat, operate, succeed, be efficacious, have effect, acquire, benefit, carry off, come off, conquer.
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time
Definition:
A definite period of duration; season; era; opportunity.

Synonyms:

noun
age
eon, generation, lastingness, lifetime, longevity, oldness.
break
accident, advantage, fortune, good luck, luck, opportunity, time, stroke of luck, favorable circumstances.
calculation
measurement.
calendar
agenda, almanac, bulletin, card, daybook, diary, docket, journal, lineup, list, log, logbook, pipeline, program, record, register, tab, table, timetable, Annal, Menology, SKED, system of reckoning.
chance
contingency, liabilities, liability, likelihood, long shot, occasion, odds, opening, outlook, prospect, scope, wager, indications, fair shake, look in, fighting chance, shot*.
circumstance
action, adjunct, affair, article, case, cause, coincidence, concern, crisis, destiny, detail, doom, element, episode, event, exigency, fact, factor, fate, feature, fortuity, go, happening, happenstance, incident, intervention, item, kismet, lot, matter, occurrence, particular, phase, place, portion, proviso, respect, scene, status, stipulation, thing, Exigencies, Moira, supervention, where it's at.
course
lapse, passage, passing, progress, sweep, Elapsing.
credit
account, credit, loan, terms, trust.
date
century, course, quarter, reign, period.
day
ascendancy, cycle, height, prime, years, zenith.
duration
aeon, age, course, cycle, date, duration, epoch, era, interim, interval, length, life, measure, season, span, spell.
event
clip, time.
experience
background, experience, living, participation.
extent
extent, period of time, spaciousness, stretch, wideness, Elbowroom.
fourth dimension
space-time, space-time continuum, four-dimensional space, time-space.
heyday
high point, high spot, high points.
indefinite duration
eternity, forever, lapse.
intermission
quiescency, timeout, let-up, break-off, breakoff.
leisure
chance, ease, freedom, leisure, liberty, opportunity, re-creation, sabbatical, spare time, time off, unemployment, idle hours, vacant hour, one's own sweet time, re-creations, requiescence, spare moment, spare moments.
life
history, pilgrimage.
measure
dimension, verse, vibration, Melodies, Measures.
measurement
calibration, metrology, quantification, Metage, Calibrations, quantifications.
opening
availability, vacancy, Availabilities, go at, in the running, big break, go-at, iron in the fire.
opportunity
good fortune, Opportunities, Prayers, one's move, one's say, one's turn, the hunt, the running.
order of business
order of the day, program of operation, schedule of operation, things to be done, time scheme, to-do list.
phase
phase.
point of time
century, day, decade, hour, microsecond, millennium, millisecond, minute, month, second, semester, term, week, year.
speed
rate.
spell
spell.
time
age, allotment, bit, bout, break, chance, chronology, clip, clock, clock time, continuance, date, day, duration, epoch, era, eternity, extent, fourth dimension, future, generation, heyday, hour, infinity, instance, instant, interval, juncture, lastingness, life, lifetime, meter, moment, month, occasion, opening, pace, past, peak, point, present, prison term, season, second, sentence, shift, shot, show, space, span, spell, squeak, stage, stint, stretch, tempo, term, tide, time, tour, turn, week, while, year, look-in, life span, many a moon, go*.
time interval
space, while.
time period
term.
tops
time.
up-to-date
aware, informed, modern.
weapon
bomb.
verb
change
time.
cognition
time.
compose
author, bang out, cast, clef, conceive, contrive, cook up, design, devise, discover, draw up, dream up, fabricate, forge, form, formulate, fudge together, ghostwrite, imagine, indite, invent, orchestrate, originate, pen, poetize, produce, score, scribble, script, set up, whip up, write, turn out, make up, knock out, knock off, put down, COMP, note down, put pen to paper, coin a phrase, push pencil, set type, frame*, ghost*.
Examples of usage:
  1. " The most of the time," said Naggeneen. – Fairies and Folk of Ireland by William Henry Frost
  2. Oh, I knew all the time that it was she!" – The Ancient Law by Ellen Glasgow
  3. " There's time enough to think about it yet," said Rachel. – The Landleaguers by Anthony Trollope
  4. His mother had been dead for some time. – Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood by George MacDonald
  5. I know I did, this time. – Entire PG Edition of The Works of William Dean Howells by William Dean Howells

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