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
Qatar’s human rights record towards migrant workers has been far less in the news lately, but the nation does not get a free pass.
Still, there’s been a lot of high points for the couple lately.
From live weddings and public breakups & divorces to newborn babies, upcoming shows and books, and so on, there really hasn’t been a dull moment lately.
And a number of Bush family members have been critical of Trump lately.
Meghan Markle's father has been on a bit of a press blitz lately, first with a 30-minute tell-all with Good Morning Britain and then with some disparaging comments about Queen Elizabeth II to TMZ.
There’s been a flurry of creative edibles appearing at Orlando’s theme parks lately.
Trump has been really into pardons lately In recent weeks, Trump has been heavily focused on issuing presidential pardons.
Though the investigation has reached deeper into his inner circle, Trump's approval ratings lately have ticked slightly higher, despite remaining at historic lows for a president serving during a time of economic growth.
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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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