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.
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How to use latterly in a sentence
latterly, some of these women have discovered that the end game of this strategy is not working terribly well for them.
I have noticed latterly her marked assiduity in attendance at church—the most unseasonable weather has failed to keep her away.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume II (of 3) | Charles James Wills
And latterly eyes had been turned to Vienna, where dwelt Prince Alix, who was known to covet the throne.The Weight of the Crown | Fred M. White
I was friendless before Bernadine came, and latterly we have been nothing to one another.The Double Four | E. Phillips Oppenheim
His parents had both died before he was sixteen, and he had traveled extensively, five years with a tutor, and latterly alone.They Looked and Loved | Mrs. Alex McVeigh Miller
He was rather fond of a cup of tea seventeen years ago, and latterly his fondness for it developed into something like a passion.Reminiscences of Charles Bradlaugh | George W. Foote
British Dictionary definitions for latterly
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