from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Belated.
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- adj. belated; too late
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Belated; too late.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Belated; kept too late.
Kerygma and Myth: A Theological Debate (New York, 1961), trans - lated from the German, Kerygma und Mythos, Vol. I;
Trans-* lated from the French of the Messieurs De Port Royal, In two Volumes. ** 8vo.
Com. trans« that thisplay, at its first appearance, lated from the French of Madame was, as he expresses it, hounded Genlis.
"Poems on Divine Subjects; original, and trans - lated from the Latin of Marcus Hieronymus Vida; with large Annotations, more particularly concerning the Being and Attributes of God; LondJ 1 732/* 8vo;
Galusha's ear that he cal'lated 'twouldn't do no harm to turn on the glim and proceeded forthwith to turn up the wick of one of the lamps.
Didn't begin to cost what we cal'lated 'twould, did it, Zoeth?
Isaiah said that he cal'lated 'twas the nature of the critters not to.
I'd rather cal'lated 'twas as good as settled between 'em, but it turned out that I didn't know what I was talkin 'about.
But I cal'lated 'bout soon's Am'zon anchored here I'd cast off moorin's myself. "
I cal'lated 'twasn't about the house you wished to see me. "