Examples of lately in a Sentence
He has been feeling better lately.
Lately, she has been worrying about her son.
Recent Examples of lately from the Web
Lastly, more photos with the car — and foreign models have lately been more popular than stretch limos.
While several veteran quarterbacks—read: Ben Roethlisberger and Joe Flacco—have been in the news lately for their refusal to provide tutelage to the man who may one day replace them, Manning has taken the opposite approach.
The Journal reports: Businesses have lately been increasing their investments in making workers more productive as President Trump has taken a machete to the corporate income tax rate and federal regulations.
Staying fresh Infielder Ketel Marte was out of the Diamondbacks’ lineup on Wednesday afternoon, a difficult omission for Lovullo with the way Marte has been hitting lately.
Pay has been a hot topic for women athletes lately.
There has been an uptick in policy aimed at reducing the use of plastic straws, lately.
Hair isn't the only thing the budding beauty star has been experimenting with lately.
The reason Melania Trump has been out of the public eye lately — and won't travel to Quebec City or Singapore — could be as simple as her recovery from the surgery and a desire to avoid blood clotting on post-surgery flights.
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LATELY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lately for English Language Learners
: in the recent period of time
LATELY Defined for Kids
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