Related formsbe·lat·ed·ly, adverbbe·lat·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for belatedly
The closings continued for three more days, ending only when the executive director, Patrick Foye, belatedly stepped in.In New Documents, the Bridgegate Cover Story Unravels|Michael Daly|January 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Boston, however, has sadly and belatedly proven him right, at least to a degree.How U.S. Cities Can Protect Themselves Against Bombing Attacks|Michael O'Hanlon|April 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
His absence left tongues wagging, and Romney showed up at a march he belatedly called himself a week later.Speed Read: Seven Bits From Buzzfeed’s Deconstruction of George Romney|Matthew DeLuca|October 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Belatedly, some conservatives have now noticed that cuts in federal spending cost jobs.
Romney has real assets in this election, as Democrats are belatedly realizing.
Belatedly, it occurred to Brad that he had neglected to tell the bank man about the broken window.Dan Carter and the Haunted Castle|Mildred A. Wirt
It was only belatedly, almost fuzzily, that they became aware of his glowering presence in the doorway.The Helpful Hand of God|Tom Godwin
Malone opened his mouth, shut it and then, belatedly, snapped shut the channel through which he'd contacted her.Occasion for Disaster|Gordon Randall Garrett
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds were in the kitchen, she belatedly washing the supper dishes, he smoking his pipe near the window.Suzanna Stirs the Fire|Emily Calvin Blake
Belatedly, Penny realized she had turned toward the dormitories.The Cry at Midnight|Mildred A. Wirt