Definition of 'sooner or later'
Example sentences containing 'sooner or later'
The man with the axe had tipped him into his present business, but Stein would have moved on anyway, sooner or later.THE SERPENT'S MARK (2002) THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR (2002) CHAMELEON (2002)
Definition of sooner or later from the Collins English Dictionary
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