tardily :

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  • r  without speed (`slow' is sometimes used informally for `slowly')
    glaciers move tardily
  • r  later than usual or than expected
    notice came so tardily that we almost missed the deadline

  • But tardily proclaiming itself opposed to Communist influence, the Sri Lanka Party paraded Bandaranaike's weeping widow all over Ceylon, garnered enough sympathy to split the .
  • Many a sophisticated Manhattan housewife last week, tardily opening her October bills, blinked as she scanned her laundry statement.
  • But the Japanese, tardily deciding to reopen the wounds to their feelings, asserted next day that the gendarmes had been mauled by the devil dogsbeaten about the hips and legs .
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  • Privitisation of ITIL?
    I feel a need to comment, somewhat tardily, on April's innovative joint venture involving the UK Government and Capita , which will exploit the government's Best Management Practice IP (basically, the PRINCE2 project management and ITIL IT services standards) in the interests of the UK taxpayer.
    June 20, 2013 - IT-Analysis

  • Alan Jones in The Age
    I find it unbelievable that money genuinely raised can be so tardily used,Jones said. "And how on earth they would divine my address as being Paddington, I've no idea. Quite frankly, I wonder if they've got the money."
  • James Steele in The Nation.
    The small home-owners of the United States are organizing,Steele concluded, "tardily perhaps, but none the less surely."

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