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
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In private life, Malleson was a deadly earnest socialist, a Labour Party activist and (latterly) Communist fellow traveler whose plays were vehicles for his left-wing views.
Its aim was to widen divisions in America and, latterly, to tilt the vote in 2016 from Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump.
Furniture retailer Steinhoff International Holdings NV captivated investors by growing into a global force, latterly under its former chairman, billionaire Christo Wiese.
The Cabinet hasn’t decided yet as the debate has been focused elsewhere: firstly on whether transition was a good idea at all and latterly on preparations for the no-deal scenario.
Publicly at least, debates in the divided cabinet have been focused on whether any transition is even a good idea, and latterly on preparations in case there is no deal at all.
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LATTERLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of latterly for English Language Learners
: at a later time
: during a recent period
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