earlier

Earlier vs Once - What's the difference?

earlier | once |


As adverbs the difference between earlier and once

is that earlier is (early) while once is before.

As an adjective earlier

is (early).

As a noun once is

before.

Earlier vs Upfront - What's the difference?

earlier | upfront |


As adjectives the difference between earlier and upfront

is that earlier is (early) while upfront is honest, frank and straightforward.

As adverbs the difference between earlier and upfront

is that earlier is (early) while upfront is beforehand.

As a noun upfront is

(television) a meeting of network executives with the press and major advertisers, signaling the start of advertising sales for a new season.

As a verb upfront is

to bring to the fore; to place up front for consideration.

Earlier vs Priorly - What's the difference?

earlier | priorly |


As adverbs the difference between earlier and priorly

is that earlier is (early) while priorly is (archaic) previously.

As an adjective earlier

is (early).

Older vs Earlier - What's the difference?

older | earlier |


As adjectives the difference between older and earlier

is that older is (old), elder, senior while earlier is (early).

As an adverb earlier is

(early).

Earlier vs Lately - What's the difference?

earlier | lately |


As adverbs the difference between earlier and lately

is that earlier is (early) while lately is recently; not long ago.

As an adjective earlier

is (early).

Incipient vs Earlier - What's the difference?

incipient | earlier |


As adjectives the difference between incipient and earlier

is that incipient is in an initial stage; beginning, starting, coming into existence while earlier is (early).

As a noun incipient

is (countable|obsolete) beginner.

As an adverb earlier is

(early).

Earlier vs Latter - What's the difference?

earlier | latter |


As adjectives the difference between earlier and latter

is that earlier is (early) while latter is relating to or being the second of two items.

As an adverb earlier

is (early).

Recently vs Earlier - What's the difference?

recently | earlier |


As adverbs the difference between recently and earlier

is that recently is in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since while earlier is (early).

As an adjective earlier is

(early).

Recent vs Earlier - What's the difference?

recent | earlier |


As adjectives the difference between recent and earlier

is that recent is recent while earlier is (early).

As an adverb earlier is

(early).

Earlier vs Hitherto - What's the difference?

earlier | hitherto |


As adverbs the difference between earlier and hitherto

is that earlier is (early) while hitherto is (formal|or|legal) up to this or that time .

As an adjective earlier

is (early).

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