fullness of time

noun
the proper or destined time.

Origin:
1550–60

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The argument will, in the fullness of time, be overtaken by events.
White's book, in the fullness of time, sold more than ten million copies and was translated into more than twenty languages.
In the fullness of time all the little elves become ready to start earning their keep.
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