latterly

adverb
lat·​ter·​ly | \ ˈla-tər-lē How to pronounce latterly (audio) \

Definition of latterly

1 : later
2 : of late : recently

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Examples of latterly in a Sentence

He devoted his time to painting, sculpture, and, latterly, to gardening. he had been a teacher, a librarian, and some years latterly, a novelist
Recent Examples on the Web Felisa is already a non-executive director of Aston Martin, but previously worked at Ferrari for 26 years, leading road car development for much of that time and latterly as the Italian company’s CEO. Mike Duff, Car and Driver, 4 May 2022 But even the roar of that V-12 engine isn’t immune to the guys in the white coats, who have been tweaking and fine-tuning all aspects of the symphony played by the internal-combustion engine and, latterly, its electric successor, for years. Paul Croughton, Robb Report, 10 Oct. 2021 The vehicle shown here is close in specification to that owned by Coburn (and, latterly, radio DJ Chris Evans, who bought the car for a then-record $10.8m in 2008). Alistair Charlton, Forbes, 15 Sep. 2021 Europe Calling Over its first three editions, Conecta Fiction carved out a reputation for its influx of top Latin American TV execs, producers and showrunners, suddenly accessible in person in exquisite locations, latterly Pamplona in Navarre. John Hopewell, Variety, 13 Sep. 2021 After retiring from performing, Ms. Bromberg dedicated her life to teaching music, latterly to children with learning difficulties. BostonGlobe.com, 11 Sep. 2021 Troops from neighbouring Eritrea latterly joined the conflict in support of the Ethiopian government. Eleanor Pickston And Nima Elbagir, CNN, 10 June 2021 Granit Xhaka and Cedric Soares have both filled in for Tierney at points this season, as, latterly, has Bukayo Saka. Joshua Law, Forbes, 16 May 2021 Ma—Rachel Swart, née Cohn—is the first to depart, newly dead at the novel’s outset in 1986, ravaged by cancer in her forties, and having returned latterly to the Jewish faith of her childhood. Claire Messud, Harper's Magazine, 16 Mar. 2021 See More

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First Known Use of latterly

1623, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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18 May 2022

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“Latterly.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/latterly. Accessed 4 Jul. 2022.

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