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for now


  1. . for the time being


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= for the moment, right now, at present, for the time being, for the present, for the meantime

Example Sentences Including 'for now'

But for now , let's concentrate on paying our debt to pleasure.
But the twin neoclassical pedestal sinks will stay for now.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Fine by him for now - get sea room in a blow, said the old fishermen of the Maine coast.
Terman, Douglas Cormorant
Pascoe looked around the room then said, `No that looks like it for now.
Anthony Masters CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
Roon mania is over the top... for now By Adrian Logan sportseditor@belfasttelegraph.
Belfast Telegraph (2004)
Senior government research collaborators in the country hosting the trial have asked for the location to be kept secret for now.
New Scientist (2003)
The paranoid and security-conscious are best off with their memory, and its foibles, for now.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
Well, at the least, the pact makes uniting the right far more difficult for now.
Globe and Mail (2003)
You have to make some choices, but if you choose now you are going on a bright path, for now at least.
Alma Alexander THE SECRETS OF JIN-SHEI (2004)


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