Meaning of timeously in English:



mainly Scottish

See timeous

‘There should be a more consistent workload, which would be facilitated by Ministers adhering to guidelines and tabling bills timeously.’
  • ‘There are no easy answers, but there must certainly be measures that can be taken timeously in order to eventually achieve more parity.’
  • ‘And all these problems could be avoided, if the ministers could simply and timeously explain what it was all about.’
  • ‘The strategies for improving results have been reinforced and analysis of last year's results was done timeously - at the beginning of this year.’
  • ‘At the moment the system fails to deliver card licences timeously and accurately.’