Definition of Just then
1. Adverb. At a particular time in the past. "Just then the bugle sounded"
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Literary usage of Just then
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1881)
"just then, the door-bell rang, and Harold jumped up. " It 's Mamma," he said, as he peeped out of the ... just then a fly slung Goodman Ox on the side. ..."
2. Jane Austen's Works by Jane Austen, James Edward Austen-Leigh (1882)
"... but Mr. Eton was so near, that she heard every syllable of a dialogue which just then took place between him and Mrs. Weston; and she perceived that his ..."