Thesaurus / behind time
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Driver suggests that he is full ten minutes behind time, and is bound to make it up.
THE HISTORY AND RECORDS OF THE ELEPHANT CLUBKNIGHT RUSS OCKSIDE AND Q. K. PHILANDER DOESTICKS
The train was behind time, but Mr. Guthrie and I waited till it actually arrived.
It is a great thing to know how to roll on so as never to be behind time.
THE WHITE ROSE OF MEMPHISWILLIAM C. FALKNER
Ominous muttering of "half an hour behind time," met my ear, from male mal-contents.
Napoleon died a prisoner at St. Helena because one of his marshals was behind time.
“Most girls would have been fifteen minutes or half an hour behind time,” was his mental comment.
THE CRIMSON FLASHROY J. SNELL
The train was behind time, and consequently they were compelled to wait longer than they had expected.
VAGABONDIAFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
The train couldn't have been much over an hour behind time; surely you wouldn't complain of that.
A TAR-HEEL BARONMABELL SHIPPIE CLARKE PELTON
Glancing at his watch, he calculated that he was about two hours behind time.
He was already chafing over a delay that would bring him behind time to Argenta.
TO THE FRONTCHARLES KING

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