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Synonyms for Sooner

rather

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  • rather
  • more readily
  • by preference
  • more willingly

Synonyms for Sooner

a native or resident of Oklahoma

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comparatives of 'soon' or 'early'

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more readily or willingly

References in classic literature ?
He was no sooner informed of what had happened, than he cursed Blifil for a pitiful malicious rascal; and then immediately stripping off his coat he applied himself to climbing the tree to which the bird escaped.
Boys who stop studying and turn their backs upon books and schools and teachers in order to give all their time to nonsense and pleasure, sooner or later come to grief.
For not only I knew no word of the Gaelic; but what with the long suspense of the waiting, and the scurry and strain of our two spirts of fighting, and more than all, the horror I had of some of my own share in it, the thing was no sooner over than I was glad to stagger to a seat.
No sooner had he finished than the Princess asked him whether he could find the way to that palace.
The next chapter in the Red River Rivalry will be written Saturday afternoon, as the Texas Longhorns battle the Oklahoma Sooners at the Cotton Bowl for the Golden Hat trophy.
When the two teams met in February at the Palm Springs Classic, Oregon pitcher Alicia Cook tossed a six-hit shutout against the Sooners in a 1-0 Ducks win.
The sixth-ranked Oklahoma Sooners host the fifteenth-ranked Kansas State Wildcats at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium on Saturday in a Big-12 matchup that represents the most formidable test for both schools in the 2012 season.
Or, oddly enough, it can be viewed from the distant perspective of the Oregon Ducks, the often-struggling program from the Willamette Valley that, from time to time during the OU glory years, crossed paths with the Sooners in the manner of a bewildered and embattled Forrest Gump, to be defeated narrowly, or defeated outrageously, but defeated always.
The presence of Oklahoma on the schedule for 2006 means Oregon will get a jump on its preparations for facing the Sooners in the Holiday Bowl.
We concluded that Oklahomans, Sooners in particular, are classy when it comes to hospitality.