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timeliness

[ tahym-lee-nis ]
/ ˈtaɪm li nɪs /
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noun
the fact or quality of occurring at a suitable or opportune time: The timeliness of this documentary on policing couldn't be more striking, given what is happening on our streets.
the fact of occurring, being delivered, etc., within an expected time frame; promptness: During her tenure the commissioner has effected significant improvements in the timeliness and quality of dispute resolution.
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Origin of timeliness

OTHER WORDS FROM timeliness

pre·time·li·ness, noun
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