Examples of recently in a Sentence
She recently graduated from college.
I was going to paint the room white, but more recently I've been considering a light blue.
I saw him recently for the first time in many years.
Only recently did they decide to move.
Until recently I had no idea where I would end up finding a job.
Recent Examples of recently from the Web
John Adler, Wilmette’s community development director, said that although the program has been at the church since 2009, the village wasn’t aware of it until recently.
More recently, regulators have fined or cited a number of large banks for having insufficient procedures to monitor customers and transactions.
Cooper’s started cooking in Llano in 1962, then branched out to New Braunfels 10 years ago and more recently to Fort Worth and downtown Austin.
Until recently, most Americans had likely never heard of Sinclair Broadcast Group.
The West Coast of America has provided many things, cinema and, more recently, technology.
Finebaum’s previous contract was up at the end of this month, and negotiations had been contentious until recently.
Two factors have been consistent in those efforts: Their utter failures and, more recently, the powerful presence of ex-KGB officer Vladimir V. Putin, now Russian president again.
Jones caddied for Musselman a few times in high school and more recently in two amateur events this summer.
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RECENTLY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of recently for English Language Learners
: during the period of time that has just passed : not long ago
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