late of

idiom

formal
: having recently lived or worked in (a place, a company, etc.)
The company's new president is Mark Jones, late of Chicago.

Examples of late of in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web There has been considerable discussion of late of growing Palestinian support for Hamas, and of the work of writers such as Ayaan Hirsi Ali who see antisemitism as a driving force within the Arab world. Rachel Lu, National Review, 21 Dec. 2023 And yet, after all that, Boebert was caught like a middle schooler running just late of catching the school bus in the morning: In the last week, Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert tweeted or retweeted 23 times about disliking the debt ceiling deal. Prem Thakker, The New Republic, 1 June 2023 And yet, after all that, Boebert was caught like a middle schooler running just late of catching the school bus in the morning: In the last week, Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert tweeted or retweeted 23 times about disliking the debt ceiling deal. Prem Thakker, The New Republic, 1 June 2023 Randy Economy, late of the laughable Gavin Newsom recall effort, tried to waste everyone’s time in Nevada County. Los Angeles Times, 12 July 2022 The actor, late of The Big Bang Theory, shows up as Marion Cotillard’s opera singer’s accompanist, but then, as the movie progresses, becomes a full-on conductor, with a new dramatic sweeping hairdo, and reveals himself to be entwined in Cotillard and Adam Driver’s big messy love story. Jackson McHenry, Vulture, 20 Aug. 2021 McCrimmon and Cassidy hired veteran John Stevens, late of Dallas, whose long résumé includes head coaching stops in Los Angeles and Philadelphia. Matt Porter, BostonGlobe.com, 20 Aug. 2022 The armadillo killer is Joe MacMillan (Lee Pace), a fast-talking alpha-male maverick late of IBM who understands that, conventional wisdom notwithstanding, the tech wars are not over. Los Angeles Times, 18 Nov. 2021 Upon arriving on the ground he was joined by his second, Sergeant H. C. Roos, late of the Sacramento Huzzars, and was lustily cheered by his many friends. San Diego Union-Tribune, 28 Oct. 2022

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“Late of.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/late%20of. Accessed 21 Jun. 2024.

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