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What is the opposite of now?

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Adverb
Opposite of right at this time, without hesitation or delay
“Bemused etymologists eventually tracked down the source of this confusion.”
Adverb
Opposite of at this current or present moment in time
“It has allowed cities to grow to sizes that were previously not practical, and it has led to the proliferation of suburbs.”
Adverb
Opposite of immediately, or at once
“There's no need to rush. You can complete this assignment later.”
Adverb
Opposite of immediately, without delay
“Some patients gradually develop a tolerance for the drug and need to be given a larger dose.”
Adverb
Opposite of immediately, with little or no delay
Adverb
Opposite of very recently, or in the immediate past
Adverb
Opposite of before anything else, preceding the specified activity
“And finally, some words of advice from our friendly neighborhood spokesperson.”
Adverb
Opposite of immediately and without delay
“This issue has a low priority, so just complete it at your own pace.”
Adverb
Opposite of on the odd occasion
Noun
(past) Opposite of the current time
“I recount this not to bewail my fate, or to dwell in the past.”
Noun
(future) Opposite of the current time
“It is sheer folly to attempt to predict who will prevail with so much uncertainty pervading the future.”
Noun
Opposite of the current date or time
“Who knows, tomorrow is another day and you never know what is going to come in the door.”
Adjective
(somewhat rare) Opposite of denotes characteristics of things that are considered hip and trendy in the current period of time
“I might be distinctly uncool, but I think I'd rather accept it and grow old at a pace I can keep up with.”
Adjective
Opposite of using of up-to-date techniques, ideas, styles or equipment
“He detested having to use any out of date smartphones.”
Adjective
Opposite of currently present or ongoing
Adjective
Opposite of currently popular, fashionable, or in demand
“Zoolander has just become a washed-up male model.”
Adjective
Opposite of trendy or fashionable
“He wore baggy, rainbow-colored pants that were highly unfashionable.”
Preposition
(considering that) Opposite of taking into consideration
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