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
Amazon has been making some big moves in the smart home space lately.
Little Jeff Zucker, whose job is in jeopardy, is not having much fun lately.
As if the world of television hasn’t had enough shake-ups lately, a potential power player has emerged in the prestige TV game: Fox Searchlight has launched a new TV division.
Combined with tannin, a natural astringent, the treatment also helps smooth skin after clearing it of all those nasties to give it that poreless, glass-like look everyone is after lately.
There’s been a lot of talk lately about how Hollywood needs to be more transparent about salaries to deal with the pay gap.
In winning the Blue Grass Stakes, Good Magic has qualified for bad karma. Keeneland’s showcase race has lately had about as much bearing on the Kentucky Derby as have lawn jockeys and horseflies.
Former One Direction member Liam Payne has been having some fun on social media lately, joking about trading his girlfriend for a hamburger and wanting to cozy up to actor Tom Hardy.
But in a nation that hasn't passed a constitutional amendment in 26 years, and lately has had issues even passing a federal budget, that scenario seems distant.
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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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