Definition of Just then

1. Adverb. At a particular time in the past. "Just then the bugle sounded"

Alternative terms for "Just then"

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Just Then

just compensation
just compensations
just deserts
just desserts
just ducky
just in case
just in time
just kidding
just like that
just now
just right
just shoot me
just so
just the same
just the ticket
just then (current term)
just what the doctor ordered
just wondering
justice of the peace

Literary usage of Just then

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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 ..."

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