from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Newly; lately; freshly; not long since.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- At a recent time; newly; lately; freshly; not long since: as, advices recently received; a town recently built or repaired; an isle recently discovered.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in the recent past
It should be, "_was_ recently at Philadelphia;" because the adverb _recently_ refers to a time completely past, without any allusion to the present time.
Though not a new practice, the term recently emerged as a way for society to address discrimination and segregation among blacks in the United States, where people claim lighter-skinned blacks gain better economic opportunities and more social advantages than darker-skinned blacks.
The label recently started a similar project with Johnny Cash, with a third installment due next month.
The elder Mr. Samuels said Wednesday that "it's the perfect time" to step aside because the label recently reached the milestone of 1 million in annual case sales.
Phil does not know what a Socialist is, but he heard Big Fat Airbag Rush Limbaugh use the term recently and therefore it is now in Phil's lexicon.
Halston, the label recently resurrected by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, took a risky plunge and manufactured two of its dresses, priced around $1,500, before its fashion show on Monday.
The label recently became available in Dubai and Tokyo, and will make its exclusive London debut at Harrods in May.
If others were to see them, I would immediately be institutionalized by medical "experts" and labeled as "mentally challenged" (being encouraged to think deeper is a good thing, but the term recently has been given negative connotations).
Essex -- such was the title recently bestowed on Cromwell -- was without warning arrested and attainted of high treason.
The label recently added California hard-rock band Social Distortion to a roster that includes punk rock mainstays such as Rancid and Gurewitz's own Bad Religion.
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