tardily

adverb tar·di·ly \ ˈtär-də-lē \

Definition of tardily

1 : at a slow pace
2 : late

Examples of tardily in a Sentence

  1. she submitted her scholarship application tardily, so she was not considered

  2. the money that I had lent him for the CDs came tardily and only after I told him that if he didn't repay me, I was taking the CDs back

First Known Use of tardily

circa 1598


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