477 clues
Mr. X
Not now
At hand
At once.
Ere long
In a few
In a sec
In a bit
Very soon
In a while
In a trice
Ever's pal
Like Mr. X
Soon, once
Soon after
In a jiffy
Any minute
Right away!
Before long
Ever and --
Ever's mate
Poet's soon
Shy author?
Soon enough
Sugar apple
In a moment
In a minute
In due time
Pretty soon
Any day now
Ever partner
Way-old soon
Pretty quick
Not just yet
In good time
Bard's "soon
Very shortly
Any time now
After a while
Familiar sig.
Maybe mañana
Mystery auth.
Roget's abbr.
Shortly, once
Soon, to Pope
Soon, way old
At once, once
In due course
Not forthwith
At any moment
Unnamed auth.
Not quite yet
Unknown auth.
Not right now
Sometime soon
Soon, ere now
Down the road
In the offing
Poetic adverb
Writer unknown
Soon (archaic)
Unknown writer
A little later
Bartlett abbr.
Prolific poet?
Some time soon
Soon, long ago
Nameless auth.
Soon, to poets
Over's partner
Soon, quaintly
Unknown author
Soon, to bards
Author unknown
Soon, in poems
Soon, in verse
Ever's partner
In short order
Any minute now
At a later time
Baffling byline
Familiar byline
Literary credit
Mystery author?
Mystery writer?
Poet's "shortly
Partner of ever
Poetic ''soon''
Presently, once
Prolific writer
Quotation abbr.
Very soon, once
Nameless author
In a little bit
Nameless: abbr.
Popular writer?
Prolific auth.?
Soon, in poetry
Soon, old-style
Unsigned: Abbr.
At a later date
Before too long
In a short time
At another time
Soon, to a bard
Soon, to a poet
Some other time!
Betimes, updated
Mr. X, for short
Mysterious auth.
Not known: Abbr.
Not named: Abbr.
Shortly, in odes
Ubiquitous auth.
Unknown, briefly
Common signature
Partner for ever
Prolific author?
Soon, to Spenser
Soon, in sonnets
Quote book abbr.
Soon, to Shelley
Soon, bard-style
In a short while
Briefly unknown?
Any minute, once
Bartlett's abbr.
In a few minutes
Soon, poetically
One of these days
''Auth. unknown''
Attribution abbr.
Bygone "by and by
In a bit, of yore
Much-cited source
Oft-quoted auth.?
Oft-quoted indiv.
Popular signature
Pronto, in poetry
Quot. attribution
Soon, in a stanza
Unsigned, briefly
Coming up shortly
Mysterious author
Nameless, briefly
Soon, in a sonnet
Soon, in the past
Shortly, to poets
Uncredited: Abbr.
Shortly, quaintly
Not long from now
Soon, to the bard
Shortly, in verse
Shortly, in poems
In a little while
In the near future
At some other time
In a bit, in verse
In but a twinkling
In the nigh future
Most quoted author
Poetic future time
Quotation citation
Shortly, old-style
Shortly, to a poet
Soon, in old poems
Soonish, old-style
Unattributed auth.
Untraceable author
In a bit, in poems
Many a lit. author
Oft-quoted author?
Shortly, to Hamlet
Author w/o a name?
Unknown, for short
Bartlett's attrib.
Shortly, to a bard
In a bit, to bards
Shortly, in poetry
Before you know it
Erelong, to a bard
Abbr. after a quote
Before long, before
Before thou knowest
In a bit, old-style
Like many SFPD tips
Like Mr. X, briefly
Like some LAPD tips
Most prolific auth.
Nameless for short
Quot. source, often
Quotation notation?
Shakespeare's "soon
Shortly, in sonnets
Verse's "in no time
With author unknown
In a bit, in a poem
Presently, formerly
Bard's "before long
In a bit, to a bard
Popular author's ID
Soon, in old poetry
Unattributed: Abbr.
Before thou know'st
Shortly, poetically
Unsigned, for short
Shortly, to Shelley
Anytime now, of yore
Coming up, to milady
Composer of "Te Deum
Having no known name
Popular quot. source
Prolific poet: Abbr.
Quotation-book abbr.
Right away, in verse
Right away, or later
Secret author: Abbr.
Shortly, in a stanza
Soon, to a sonneteer
At once, to the Bard
In a bit, poetically
Shortly, to the bard
Unknown auth. credit
Soon, to Shakespeare
Abbr. in an anthology
Any minute, to a bard
Any minute, old-style
Before long, in verse
By and by, poetically
Having no known auth.
In a bit, to Browning
Mystery author byline
Popular poet, briefly
Prolific anth. author
Soon, a long time ago
Uncredited, for short
In a while, in poetry
Presently, poetically
Some authors, briefly
Soon, to poetic types
Auth. unknown" byline
Auth. of many quotes?
Before long, quaintly
Poetic time reference
Short mystery writer?
In a bit, to the bard
Author" of many quotes
Almost here, old-style
Any day now, to a bard
Anytime now, old-style
Before long, in a poem
Familiar author: Abbr.
In a minute, in a poem
Mystery writer?: Abbr.
Nameless author: Abbr.
Of unknown name (abbr)
Quite soon, poetically
Unnamed author (abbr.)
Within the hour, maybe
Before long, to a bard
Certain writers: Abbr.
Untraceable, for short
Before thou knowest it
Shakespearean "shortly
Unknown author (Abbr.)
Unknown writer (Abbr.)
Al-___ (support group)
Author unknown (Abbr.)
Shakespearean ''soon''
Author unknown" byline
Abbr. seen after quotes
Bartlett's abbreviation
In the near future, old
Like many a quip: Abbr.
Like many quotes: Abbr.
Like most adages: Abbr.
Like some quotes: Abbr.
Notable quotable: Abbr.
Prolific writer?: abbr.
Secret identity?: Abbr.
The Bard's "any day now
Unknown author, briefly
Without a name, briefly
In due time, poetically
In the blink of an orb?
Shakespeare's "in a sec
Unknown author's byline
Any day now, poetically
Before long, poetically
Shortly, to Shakespeare
A little later, in verse
Any day now, to the Bard
At once, for Shakespeare
Auth. of many quotations
Baffling byline, briefly
In short order, in verse
Like "Beowulf," in brief
Quotable notable?: Abbr.
Shakespearean "very soon
Soon, in romantic poetry
Very soon, in old poetry
Author unknown," briefly
Any minute, to old poets
Before long, to the Bard
Prolific unknown author?
Coming soon, in the past
In a bit, to Shakespeare
Like many a quote: Abbr.
Like some sources: Abbr.
Without delay, in poetry
Abbr. in a quotation book
In a short time, quaintly
Like most proverbs: Abbr.
Like some graffiti: Abbr.
Mystery writer, for short
Old-style nameless writer
Prolific "author" (Abbr.)
Any day now, romantically
Sooner than thou thinketh
___, good nurse!": Juliet
Unknown author, for short
Like most graffiti: Abbr.
Any minute now, to a bard
Any minute, to Shakespeare
At a later date, super old
In a short time, old-style
In not too long, old-style
Juliet's word to her nurse
Like many limericks: Abbr.
Oft-quoted author? (abbr.)
Prolific author, for short
Quotation notation (abbr.)
Shortly, in a stuck-up way
Shortly, in Brit Lit claas
Uncredited in 'Bartlett's'
Unknown source, informally
Common abbr. in Bartlett's
Author unknown," for short
Author" of many quotations
Bartlett's byline, briefly
Before long, to Shakespeare
Freq. quotation attribution
In a short time, poetically
In the near future, way old
Like "Beowulf," e.g.: Abbr.
Like many a poet, for short
Like most adages, for short
Prolific composer or author
Shakespearean "straightaway
The unknown author, briefly
Unknown, as a writer: Abbr.
By an unknown author: Abbr.
Like some quotations: abbr.
Quotation notation, briefly
Unattributed, in Bartlett's
Juliet's reply to her nurse
Abbreviated mystery writer?
Author" of some poems: abbr.
Before long, long before now
Like many quotations (Abbr.)
Mysterious byline, for short
Oft-quoted mysterious author
Old-style "in a little while
Quotation attribution: Abbr.
Quotation designation: Abbr.
Very shortly, to Shakespeare
When Iago bade Cassio return
Uncredited credit, in quotes
Without delay, to Wordsworth
Of unknown authorship: Abbr.
Before being outed, for short
Like many proverbs, for short
Like most graffiti, for short
Like most limericks, in short
Like most proverbs, for short
Like Mr. X, but not Malcolm X
Troll commenter's name, often
Unattributed to anyone: Abbr.
Uncredited, as a quote: Abbr.
Unknown quote source, briefly
World's most prolific author?
Having no known author: Abbr.
Quotation notation, sometimes
Abbr. in a book of quotations
Author credited on many poems
Forgettable author, for short
Untraceable author, for short
I'll come to you ___": Macbeth
Author unknown byline, briefly
Ere you can say Jack Robinson?
Unknown, as a citation (abbr.)
Before much longer, poetically
Like some blog comments: Abbr.
Many a folk song writer: Abbr.
Unsigned, as an article: Abbr.
I'll send for you ___": Othello
Al-___ (valuable support group)
By an unknown author, in poetry
In the near future, in the past
In the near future, politically
Like many forum postings: Abbr.
Like most nursery rhymes: Abbr.
This may follow words of wisdom
Unattributed, as a quote: Abbr.
Unknown quote source, for short
Author's unknown byline, briefly
By an unidentified author: Abbr.
In the near future, a while back
Like most Internet trolls: Abbr.
Uninformative attribution: Abbr.
Unknown author's byline, briefly
Ever and ___ (from time to time)
How some tips are provided: Abbr.
In a little while, to Shakespeare
Quaint word for an unknown author
Signature on some writings: Abbr.
Source unknown, as a quote: Abbr.
Primary Colors" author, for short
Author credited on many old poems
Don't know who wrote it" old-style
Auth. of many snarky blog comments
Like unsourced quotations, briefly
Limerick attribution, maybe: Abbr.
Like many an Internet troll: Abbr.
Like most bathroom graffiti: Abbr.
''We don't know who said it'' abbr.
Author" of the observation, briefly
In a little while, a long while ago
Like many blog comments, informally
Major "source" of quotes, for short
Source of many a proverb, for short
“Author” in many a citation: abbr.
Common "Fool's paradise" attribution
In a little while, quite a while ago
Like some annoying blog posts: Abbr.
Old folk song composer, often: Abbr.
Third Witch's third line in "Macbeth
Abbr. used when an author is unknown
Source of many quotations, for short
Auth. of many "Bartlett's" quotations
Composer of many limericks, for short
Like many a wiseacre's comment: Abbr.
One who shall remain nameless?: abbr.
Creator of many quotations, apparently
Like most jokes on the Internet: Abbr.
Like some online forum postings: Abbr.
Many a folk song, composer-wise: Abbr.
Abbr. in "Bartlett's Familiar Quotations
At another time, in an old-fashioned way
Notation after "A new broom sweeps clean
Old-fashioned word for "in a little while
Like many snide comments on the web (abbr.)
Of unknown authorship, as a quotation: Abbr.
Abbreviation for a quote whose source is unknown
... and ___ with joy receiveth it." (Matthew 13:20)
You shall have wine enough, my lord, ___": "Richard III
Al-___ (support group for family and friends of alcoholics)
... __ the dreadful thunder / Doth rend the region": "Hamlet
When Juliet tells the Nurse she will come in from the balcony
I would venture to guess that __, who wrote so many poems without signing them, was often a woman": Woolf
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