- of late; recently; not long since: He has been very grouchy lately.
Origin of lately
Examples from the Web for lately
Contemporary Examples of lately
On the other hand, right-wing activists have lately said, banning displays interferes with the exercise of religion.In Florida, ’Tis The Season for Satan
December 7, 2014
Like it or not, forecasting is a “what have you done for me lately” profession.Why Is Nate Silver So Afraid of Sam Wang?
October 6, 2014
Still, the Madam Secretary cast and crew have been lately downplaying parallels to the Democratic presidential hopeful.Morgan Freeman Gently Slapped My Face
September 19, 2014
The character-building cornerstone of American life has lately come under fire for ills ranging from racism to concussions.Has Football Jumped the Shark?
September 1, 2014
Lately, Richard Dawkins seems to scan the world for sore spots, take a good poke, and revel in the ensuing outcry.Richard Dawkins Would Fail Philosophy 101
August 28, 2014
Historical Examples of lately
Windich shot a wurrung, which he said had lately drunk water.Explorations in Australia
Thence they issued into that so lately occupied by the Frankses.Weighed and Wanting
"Have a chair," he said, motioning to the one Cass had lately sat in.Thoroughbreds
W. A. Fraser
It seems foolish to stay here, abused as I have been lately, and as I will be tomorrow.Her Father's Daughter
Hinde introduced John to them, mentioning that he had only lately arrived from Ireland.The Foolish Lovers
St. John G. Ervine
- in recent times; of late