- lateen sail,
- latency period,
Origin of lately
Examples from the Web for lately
On the other hand, right-wing activists have lately said, banning displays interferes with the exercise of religion.
Like it or not, forecasting is a “what have you done for me lately” profession.
Still, the Madam Secretary cast and crew have been lately downplaying parallels to the Democratic presidential hopeful.
The character-building cornerstone of American life has lately come under fire for ills ranging from racism to concussions.
Lately, Richard Dawkins seems to scan the world for sore spots, take a good poke, and revel in the ensuing outcry.
The Nawb of Kurnaul has been often accused of disaffection, and lately of having concealed stores.Miss Eden's Letters|Emily Eden
The windows of the rooms on that side, lately occupied by Provis, were dark and still, and there was no lounger in Garden Court.Great Expectations|Charles Dickens
A small collection of the political squibs and pamphlets published by Wm. Hone about 1820, has lately come into my possession.
Another minute and all four were aboard the embarkation they had so lately abandoned,—once more saved from the perils of the deep!The Ocean Waifs|Mayne Reid
She had been lately left a widow by her husband, with the office of guardian to their only child.Red Gauntlet|Sir Walter Scott