noun. ['ˈtaɪmɪŋ'] the time when something happens.
- spark advance
- temporal order
- temporal arrangement
Words that Rhyme with Timing
Example sentences of the word timing
1. Noun, singular or mass
If your timing is precise, you'll be able to use the walls to jump sideways.
2. Verb, gerund or present participle
Begin timing the blanching process once the water comes back to a boil.
Quotes containing the word timing
1. Humor writing requires a rhythm and timing, as well as some kind of connection to the reader, and I think that's how I tap into it.
- Kristan Higgins
2. You learn timing on the road. You learn structure and how to read an audience. You learn so much about the business of laughter that you can't learn on a set, because it's all on you. Sometimes you bomb, and you know not to tell that joke again... You just hope people find the humor in the awkwardness.
- Marlon Wayans
3. The real important things are kindness and a sense of humor. I've been fortunate to have dated and could have easily married women who have those qualities, and time and circumstances didn't work out. Timing plays a big part.
- Hill Harper
adjective. not faithful to a spouse or lover.
noun. ['ˈtaɪmɪŋ'] the regulation of occurrence, pace, or coordination to achieve a desired effect (as in music, theater, athletics, mechanics).