unpunctual

adjective
un·​punc·​tu·​al | \ˌən-ˈpəŋk-chə-wəl, -chəl\

Definition of unpunctual 

: not punctual : late or habitually late an unpunctual person

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unpunctuality \ ˌən-​ˌpəŋk-​chə-​ˈwa-​lə-​tē \ noun

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At first light, muttering insults against all unpunctual men, the 46-year-old divorced woman and her son pushed out into the unknown. Scott Harrison, latimes.com, "From the Archives: 1987 portraits highlight L.A.'s homeless plight," 7 Mar. 2018 The government is happy to have our unpunctual but deportable bodies. Héctor Tobar, Slate Magazine, "What does it look like when 1 million people are deported all at once?," 24 Jan. 2017

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1737, in the meaning defined above

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