adverb, soon·er, soon·est.
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Idioms and Phrases with sooner or later (1 of 2)
Eventually, at some unspecified future time, as in Sooner or later we'll have to answer that letter, or It's bound to stop raining sooner or later. This term, which generally implies that some future event is certain to happen, was first recorded in 1577.
Idioms and Phrases with sooner or later (2 of 2)
see as soon as; fool and his money are soon parted; had rather (sooner); just as soon; no sooner said than done; speak too soon.