latterly latterly


  • (adv) in the recent past



  1. It was, of course, long ago converted into a brand name, constantly fussed over, ferociously defended, first by Disney, latterly by his corporate heirs and assigns.
  2. In the 111 years since Singer's founding, its stores have offered customers nothing but sewing machines, sewing accessories, sewing lessonsand, latterly, vacuum cleaners.
  3. Indeed, as the reformer who fractured Christianity, Luther has latterly become a key to reuniting it.


  • Bodog Back in MMA

    LONDON, August 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Having helped put MMA on the map by investing in the sport in its infancy and latterly with their own league (BodogFIGHT) Bodog is coming back for more, this time in Asia. Bodog has signed a sponsorship deal with the Ranik Ultimate Fighting...
    on August 19, 2013     Source: PR Newswire


  1. "He was a pillar of the Archers family, but to millions of listeners he became a friend and latterly a wonderful father figure," said Mr Thompson. "His death leaves us with a great sense of loss but an even deeper feeling of gratitude for...
    on Oct 29, 2009 By: Mark Thompson Source: Times Online

  2. "The two top teams consistently over the last five years have been Ferrari and latterly McLaren," said Brawn. "I don't suppose he's got an invitation to go back to McLaren so if he wants a top team berth then I'm sure he's going to be looking...
    on Jul 3, 2008 By: Ross Brawn Source:

  3. "When I took over as Scotland coach, Jonny was my first choice as captain and he did a great job, leading the team to a first ever win over the Barbarians at Pittodrie and only our second ever win in Romania," said Hadden. "Latterly he has...
    on Mar 22, 2007 By: Frank Hadden Source: BBC Sport

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untenable untenable
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