betimes (adv.)
early in the morning, at an early hour
1H4 II.ii.532[Prince Hal to Peto] Be with me betimes in the morning
JC IV.iii.303[Brutus to Varro and Claudius, of Cassius] Bid him set on his powers betimes before
Mac III.iv.132[Macbeth to Lady Macbeth] I will tomorrow - / And betimes I will - to the Weird Sisters
MM IV.iii.44[Pompey to Barnadine] he that ... is hanged betimes in the morning
MM IV.iv.14[Angelo to Escalus] Betimes i'th' morn I'll call you at your house
MM V.i.101[Isabella to Duke] the next morn betimes
Oth I.iii.370[Roderigo to Iago] I'll be with thee betimes
Oth II.iii.320[Cassio to Iago] betimes in the morning I will beseech the virtuous Desdemona to undertake for me
TN II.iii.2[Sir Toby to Sir Andrew] Not to be abed after midnight, is to be up betimes
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