from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adv. At any time.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adv. At any time
  • interj. "you're welcome" in response to "thank you" or "thanks."


any +‎ time (Wiktionary)


  • Given his skill and the extent to which Stenopolis went to remain anonymous, nobody will be releasing his name anytime soon.

    Bodily Harm

  • DENVER VN _ Leadville Trail 100 champion Levi Leipheimer does not appear eager to defend his title anytime soon.

    Levi Leipheimer on defending his Leadville 100 title: ’someday’

  • Still, I don't think or believe that lipstick republicans will choose or use the term anytime soon.

    Now, what's the right way to fix a baby's hair?

  • After a long period of scant achievement, the Magpies--as the team is known--repeatedly show stuttering signs of revival, but the club is still unlikely to walk away with the title anytime soon.

    Hickman's Belgravia In Talks With Newcastle United

  • Of course, the dumbest person in the world remains Paris Hilton and it seems highly unlikely she’ll relinquish her hold on the title anytime soon.

    Paris Hilton & Lindsay Lohan In Phone Hack Squabble

  • But as long as they have the same teams, and the conference tourney, and then have to win 6 in a row in the NCAA tourney, I highly doubt that a BE team will win the title anytime soon.

    Sports News :

  • They're not winning a title anytime soon, that's for sure. - All Posts

  • If Stoudemire stays, the Suns are left with the same mix of players that won't win a title anytime soon.


  • The kings of dance-rock don't look to be stripped of their title anytime soon.

    Angry Ape

  • Fans and players brimming with classic New York confidence let it be known that they didn't plan to relinquish their title anytime soon.


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