from The Century Dictionary.
- Of late; lately: at a late or recent time.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb Lately; of late; recently; at a later, as distinguished from a former, period.
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Recently; to have occurred a short time before.
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- adverb in the recent past
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Fortren, "which term latterly meant the kingdom of the Southern Picts.
In consequence of this, poetic diction has become latterly a kaleidoscope, and ones chief curiosity is as to the precise combinations into which the pieces will be shifted.
Gone are the artist's impressions of a new Lord's Tube station, latterly superseded by proposals for an underground car park in the old railway tunnels, for four residential tower blocks at the Nursery end and a submerged Real Tennis court.
Her victory was announced by an unusual tranquillity and gladness of soul, which followed the relinquishing of my ancient and latterly tormenting studies.
While other companies have leapt into the tablet and smartphone space, the company which once dominated the PC space - only to be overtaken by HP and, latterly, Lenovo - is now thinking about getting into tablets in a big way.
Bloomfield, George (1758 – 1831): Bloomfield's shoemaker brother, who cared for the young Robert in London and latterly, living in Bury St. Edmunds, was responsible for introducing The Farmer's Boy to Lofft.
Fulham, near London: home of William, Catherine and latterly Granville
The stars of the early days were soon discarded as aspirations grew, but it's still been done on a marginal budget, latterly under the guidance of Terry Brown, who – until the winning penalty went in on Saturday – was rated as the best of non-league managers.
Empires don't hold together – the British, French etc, and latterly the USSR, broke down.
The media agenda has been elsewhere – the BBC, cuts, the licence fee, and latterly News Corp and Sky.