In Due Time
In due time is a phrase that is used when referring to a forthcoming event, often conveying an underlying expectation towards someone to be patient.
Its meaning is interchangeable with the following: “sooner or later, at some time when it’s convenient”.
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As an adjective, the word due has been present in the English language since the early 14th century.
However, as a term, the first notable example of utilizing in due time is from the mid-15th century English.
Spread and Usage
The term has been around in cultural lingo for centuries, but various songs, like Killswitch Engage’s song titled In Due Time from 2013, has helped it to become more embedded into pop-culture in modern times.
- Dictionary.com – In due time