belatedly

All Adverb
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  • Each new thing we take up more belatedly and reluctantly than its predecessor. Cited from An Englishman Looks at the World, by H. G. Wells
  • This occurred belatedly, a week after she made flying plans.
  • The only known survivors were on a planet belatedly discovered some time later.
  • Her figure is released belatedly, as the toy line was about to end.
  • The battle went on for four hours before Knox belatedly showed up with his infantry force.
  • Brown belatedly came out in support of the Second Front.
  • America isn't the only country interested in seeing Japan belatedly accept full responsibility.
  • They were left to fend for themselves in the open ocean for eight days before rescue aircraft belatedly arrived.
  • No more shall any of us toil early and belatedly. Cited from O Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1919, by Various
  • After a significant lack of success in that theater, the French government belatedly decided to send troops to Italy.
  • U.S. government personnel were belatedly reported to be deeply involved in the investigation.
  • He belatedly received a third chance at the highest level, and was instrumental in the Power's third quarter charge.
  • While belatedly announced, this was indicated as the last non-elimination round.
  • No doubt it often passes with the unthinking for love belatedly discovered. Cited from The Plum Tree, by David Graham Phillips
  • The Army was alerted belatedly, after most of the damage had already occurred.
  • Ayala was shot dead trying to escape, shortly before evidence emerged that belatedly proved his innocence.
  • The story unfolds during the day as they belatedly get to know each other over breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • This response to the news was in contrast to many other leading newspapers, which only belatedly began to regard the battle as a victory.
  • Ayala was shot and killed trying to escape, shortly before evidence emerged that belatedly proved his innocence.
  • The rifle came up -- and dropped back again as Alexander belatedly pretended that she had not seen him. Cited from A Pagan of the Hills, by Charles Neville Buck
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