- of late; lately: He has been latterly finding much to keep himself busy.
- in a later or subsequent part of a period: Latterly he became a patron of the arts.
Origin of latterly
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Examples from the Web for latterly
Latterly, some of these women have discovered that the end game of this strategy is not working terribly well for them.Give Up on Mr. Perfect?
February 1, 2010
I have learned, latterly, that Mr. Marchinton had a great search made for me.Ned Myers
James Fenimore Cooper
Latterly he had ceased to admire her work as much as before.
Jenkin was conscious of this churlishness, and latterly improved.
Latterly, however, it would seem that a process of growth had been going on in him.The First Violin
He returned to Sicily every year (except one), but latterly went in the spring.Samuel Butler: A Sketch
Henry Festing Jones
- recently; lately
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Word Origin and History for latterly
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