the best is yet to come

the best is yet to come
also, the worst is yet to come


  • whatever is happening now will be surpassed by something better in the future
  • the best things has not come, but it will
  • the opposite is the worst is yet to come, it means that even though it is bad now it will become worse
  • people often say the best has yet to come, but it is not grammatically correct

Example Sentences

  1. I am glad that you are enjoying your holiday,the best is yet to come.
  2. Leaving high school has been tough but I know that the best is yet to come.
  3. Their team has won every game this season, but the coach promises that the best is yet to come.
  4. The days are becoming warmer, but the best is yet to come.
  5. I have the flu and feel terrible, but the worst is yet to come. (Opposite example)


There is no clear indication of when this popular idiom was used for the first time. However, it has gained traction since the song “The best is yet to come” was recorder by Tony Bennet in 1958. The word yet means up to and including now. Thus, the phrase means that the best has not come but it will.


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