Crossword clues for yet
- "Nevertheless ..."
- "Even so ..."
- "Despite that . . ."
- ''Are we there ___?''
- To this moment
- On top of everything else
- "This Film Is Not ___ Rated" (2006 documentary)
- "But on the other hand . . ."
- Until this time
- To this time
- As of this time
- And still
- "But then again . . ."
- Up to this moment
- "You haven't seen anything ___!"
- "That being said ..."
- "Still and all ..."
- "So near and ___ so far"
- "Not __"
- "I haven't decided ___" ("Ask me later")
- "Are we there __?"
- ''The best is ___ to come!''
- Till this moment
- No less
- Despite which
- "You Ain't Seen Nothing ___" BTO
- "Then again ..."
- "Then again . . ."
- "That's true, but . . ."
- "That being said..."
- "That being said . . ."
- "On the other hand"
- "Not ___" ("Have patience")
- "Not ___, later maybe"
- "Not ___, but maybe later"
- "Is it soup ---?"
- "Haven't Met You ___" (2009 Michael Bublé song)
- "Despite that..."
- "But then again"
- "And ___ ..." ("Even so ...")
- ''You ain't seen nothin' ___!''
- ''Aren't you ready ___?''
- ''Are We Done ___?''
- Wynonna's "Is It Over ___"
- Word with "not" or "having fun"
- Word of foreshadowing, at the end of a sentence
- Word before "again"
- Word after "not"
- Up 'til now
- Tom Petty "Waitin' on a friend who ain't come ___"
- Sinatra "The Best Is ___ to Come"
- Philly R&Bers Az ___
- Nickelback: "Not Leavin' ___"
- Michael Buble "Haven't Met You ___"
- Last word in a Bachman-Turner Overdrive title
- Kenny Chesney "Ain't Back ___"
- Henceforth's opposite
- Expression of backpedaling
- Equivalent of OTOH
- Colt Ford "Ain't Out of the Woods ___"
- Are we there ___?
- "You ain't seen nothin' __"
- "True, but even so ..."
- "There's life in the old dog ___!"
- "Still and all ... "
- "So close and ___ so far"
- "Not just ___"
- "Not ___, maybe later"
- "Is it over ___?"
- "I haven't decided ___" ("I'll let you know later")
- "Haven't Met You ___" (Michael Buble)
- "Haven't Met You ___" (Michael Bublé song)
- "Grow old along with me! / The best is ___ to be": Browning
- "Everyone likes me, __ nobody understands me": Einstein
- "Despite this..."
- "Despite that ... "
- "But on the other hand ..."
- "But on the other hand "
- "Be that as it may..."
- "B-b-b-baby you just ain't seen nothing ___"
- "Are you finished ___?"
- "Are We There ___?" (TBS series)
- "Are We There ___?" (TBS comedy)
- "Are We There ___?" (2005 Ice Cube movie)
- "... until now"
- "... seen nothin' ___"
- ". . . ain't seen nothin' ___" (BTO)
- "___ in thy dark streets shineth..."
- "___ again?"
- "__ Brutus says he was ambitious": Antony
- " . . . and ___ so far"
- ''On the other hand . . .''
- ___ to come
- Strangely easy time, until now
- Up to now
- Still and all
- "Is it soup _____?"
- Thus far
- So soon
- On the other hand
- At the same time
- As previously
- To this point
- "Are We There ___?" (Terry Crews sitcom on TBS)
- Even so
- To date [the Onion xword is now the AVCX - solve at avxwords.com]
- At this time
- In addition
- "But then again ..."
- "Is it soup ___?"
- Up to this point
- Before all is done
- To this day
- So far
- As ___ (so far)
- вЂњAre we there ___?вЂќ
- "But on the other hand вЂ¦"
- As of now
- Despite this
- "Not ___" ("Be patient")
- ___ again (once more)
- "You ain't seen nothin' ___!"
- One of these days
- "On the other hand ..."
- For the present
- "Better ___ ..."
- "Having fun ___?"
- Be that as it may
- "And still ..."
- "All the same ..."
- "And ___ it moves" (what Galileo allegedly said in reference to the earth)
- Up to the present time
- "The Best Is ___ to Come" (last song Sinatra sang in public)
- "Still ..."
- First word of "Lycidas"
- " . . . but the end is not ___": Matt. 24:6
- But nevertheless
- Even now
- In the time left
- "O ___ we trust . . . " : Tennyson
- Even though
- "Solitude is impractical and ___ society is fatal": Emerson
- As ___ (until now)
- Until now
- As ___ (up to now)
- NAUTICAL CHAIN
- To now
- Still; even
- Still; by now
- Still protected by Skye terriers
- You may take a little time still
- Last letters of Guy de Maupassant, until now!
- By now; still
- By now cryptid must be finally dismissed
- In Moscow, no nationalist has been expelled so far
- I must leave a hairy creature still
- At a future time
- Up until now
- Till now
- At this point
- Up to the present
- In spite of that
- All the same
- "Despite that ..."
- Despite that
- "Are we having fun ___?"
- Up to this time
- "On the other hand . . ."
- "However ..."
- Then again
- Just the same
- Despite everything
- By now
- At any rate
- "Is it soup __?"
- Until this point
- Despite all that
- "You'll be the death of me ___!"
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Yet \Yet\, n. (Zo["o]l.) Any one of several species of large marine gastropods belonging to the genus Yetus, or Cymba; a boat shell.
Yet \Yet\, conj. Nevertheless; notwithstanding; however.
Yet I say unto you, That even Solomon in all his glory
was not arrayed like one of these.
--Matt. vi. 29.
Syn: See However.
Yet \Yet\, adv. [OE. yet, [yogh]et, [yogh]it, AS. git, gyt, giet, gieta; akin to OFries. ieta, eta, ita, MHG. iezuo, ieze, now, G. jetzo, jetzt.]
In addition; further; besides; over and above; still. ``A little longer; yet a little longer.''
This furnishes us with yet one more reason why our savior, lays such a particular stress acts of mercy.
The rapine is made yet blacker by the pretense of piety and justice.
At the same time; by continuance from a former state; still.
Facts they had heard while they were yet heathens.
Up to the present time; thus far; hitherto; until now; -- and with the negative, not yet, not up to the present time; not as soon as now; as, Is it time to go? Not yet. See As yet, under As, conj.
Ne never yet no villainy ne said.
Before some future time; before the end; eventually; in time. ``He 'll be hanged yet.''
Even; -- used emphatically.
Men may not too rashly believe the confessions of witches, nor yet the evidence against them.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English get, gieta "till now, thus far, earlier, at last, also," an Anglo-Frisian word (cognates: Old Frisian ieta, Middle High German ieuzo), of unknown origin; perhaps connected to PIE pronomial stem *i- (see yon). The meaning in other Germanic languages is expressed by descendants of Proto-Germanic *noh- (source of German noch), from PIE *nu-qe- "and now." As a conjunction from c.1200.
Etymology 1 alt. (context dialectal English) To melt; found; cast, as metal. n. (context dialectal English) A metal pan or boiler; yetling. vb. (context dialectal English) To melt; found; cast, as metal. Etymology 2
adv. 1 (context usually with negative English) Thus far; up to the present; up to some specified time. 2 Continuously up to the current time; still. 3 At some future time; eventually. 4 (context after certain copulative verbs followed by an infinitive English) not as of the time referenced. 5 In addition. conj. nevertheless; however; but; despite that.
adv. up to the present time; "I have yet to see the results"; "details are yet to be worked out"
used in negative statement to describe a situation that has existed up to this point or up to the present time; "So far he hasn't called"; "the sun isn't up yet" [syn: so far, thus far, up to now, hitherto, heretofore, as yet, til now, until now]
to a greater degree or extent; used with comparisons; "looked sick and felt even worse"; "an even (or still) more interesting problem"; "still another problem must be solved"; "a yet sadder tale" [syn: even, still]
within an indefinite time or at an unspecified future time; "he will understand eventually"; "he longed for the flowers that were yet to show themselves"; "sooner or later you will have to face the facts"; "in time they came to accept the harsh reality" [syn: eventually, sooner or later, in time, one of these days]
used after a superlative; "this is the best so far"; "the largest drug bust yet" [syn: so far]
despite anything to the contrary (usually following a concession); "although I'm a little afraid, however I'd like to try it"; "while we disliked each other, nevertheless we agreed"; "he was a stern yet fair master"; "granted that it is dangerous, all the same I still want to go" [syn: however, nevertheless, withal, still, all the same, even so, nonetheless, notwithstanding]
"Yet" is a song written by Sonny LeMaire and Randy Sharp, and recorded by American country music group Exile. It was released in August 1990 as the third single from their album Still Standing. The song reached number 7 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart in November 1990.
Yet is a common English word that when used as a conjunction, is equivalent to "but" or "nevertheless".
However, used as an adverb, yet defines an action's persistence in time. The word can define an action in the past, present or future:
- I have never yet been late.
- ''I yet stand.
- I will yet arrive.
- How many powerplay goals do you have yet?
Also, yet is a local dialect term in lowland Scotland and Cumbria for a gate.
Yet may also refer to:
- YET, the IATA airport code for Edson Airport, Alberta, Canada
- YET, Youth, Europe and Theatre project
- "Yet" (song) by the American band Exile
Usage examples of "yet".
Yet I know that thou wilt abide here till some one else come, whether that be early or late.
I will not wear thy soul with words about my grief and sorrow: but it is to be told that I sat now in a perilous place, and yet I might not step down from it and abide in that land, for then it was a sure thing, that some of my foes would have laid hand on me and brought me to judgment for being but myself, and I should have ended miserably.
But now hold up thine heart, and keep close for these two days that we shall yet abide in Tower Dale: and trust me this very evening I shall begin to set tidings going that shall work and grow, and shall one day rejoice thine heart.
Either come down to us into the meadow yonder, that we may slay you with less labour, or else, which will be the better for you, give up to us the Upmeads thralls who be with you, and then turn your faces and go back to your houses, and abide there till we come and pull you out of them, which may be some while yet.
With the exception of Harry Keeler, who posed a direct threat to the Abiders, he had yet to see or hear of an Interloper killing a human being.
Yet how should he not go to Utterbol with the Damsel abiding deliverance of him there: and Yet again, if they met there and were espied on, would not that ruin everything for her as well as for him?
God, who, abidingly what He is, yet creates that multitude, all dependent on Him, existing by Him and from Him.
And although, as has been said, a person who is found to be suspected in this way is not to be branded as a heretic, yet he must undergo a canonical purgation, or he must be caused to pronounce a solemn abjuration as in the case of one convicted of a slight heresy.
The second is when he has abjured al heresy in general, and yet lapses into another heresy, even if he has never before been suspected or accused of that heresy.
Church of England or of Rome as the medium of those superior ablutions described above, only that I think the Unitarian Church, like the Lyceum, as yet an open and uncommitted organ, free to admit the ministrations of any inspired man that shall pass by: whilst the other churches are committed and will exclude him.
On the dressing table, ably guarded by a dark Regency armchair cushioned in yet another floral, sat an assemblage of antique silver-hair accessories and crystal perfume flacons, the grouping flanked by two small lamps, everything centered around a gold Empire vanity mirror.
Hotel, and has been attended by the most happy results, yet the cases have presented so great a diversity of abnormal features, and have required so many variations in the course of treatment, to be met successfully, that we frankly acknowledge our inability to so instruct the unprofessional reader as to enable him to detect the various systemic faults common to this ever-varying disease, and adjust remedies to them, so as to make the treatment uniformly successful.
Yet he abode with them long, and ate and drank amidst the hay with them till the moon shone brightly.
Now this cheaping irked Ralph sorely, as was like to be, whereas, as hath been told, he came from a land where were no thralls, none but vavassors and good yeomen: yet he abode till all was done, hansel paid, and the thralls led off by their new masters.
Yet during abreaction at one point she was acting out holding the knife and doing the slashing.