At Chalons we took boat and reached Lyons betimes that afternoon.
An' what'll the master be sayin' if he's wantin' you betimes?
betimes, he seeks a lower level, and may be found upon a stranded, uplifted snag.
He had taken his night-cap and turned in betimes, so as to be up at reveille.
To see the best of it one must be there betimes in the morning, not later than seven.
And then, if I expect to rise early, I must turn in betimes.
To be sure, every man, with anything to leave, ought to make his will betimes;—so fire away.'
They do call me 'Darby the Blast' betimes, av that 'a a name.
On the following morning, Albert was off betimes to his work.
She would be betimes at the hospital to-morrow, and she would leave it late.