yet in a sentence

yet meaning:

adv.) Up to the present time; thus far; hitherto; until now;

conj.) but; however.

yet sentence:

Has he come yet?

The baby can’t walk yet.

Has the snow stopped yet?

The sun has not risen yet.

He was busy, and yet he came to help us.

The reports are not available online yet.

The weather is sunny yet cold.

He was tired, and yet he went to help them.

Have you sent a postcard to your mother yet?

Have you entered your name for the quiz yet?

His plane has not arrived at the airport yet.

The dustmen haven’t collected the rubbish yet.

A writer needs solitude yet not too much of it.

The new tank has yet to be tested in the field.

Experiments are not totally unequivocal as yet.

The side-effects of the drug are as yet unknown .

We haven’t had time to analyse those samples yet.

His appointment has not been formally approved yet.

They haven’t formally announced their engagement yet.

The site for the new factory has not been decided yet.

The new computer system is not being fully utilized yet.

He didn’t look like a farmer, yet he looked a countryman.

Winning the gold medal was yet another feather in her cap.

There have been many technical problems unresolved as yet.

He has a good job, and yet he never seems to have any money.

Talented as he is, he is not yet ready to turn professional.

He has not come yet.

My work is not complete yet.

She has not spoken to me yet.

He hasn’t written the letter yet.

Mother has not cooked dinner yet.

I’ve never gotten on a plane yet.

Has he finished his homework yet?

Have you finished the jigsaw yet?