belated[ bih-ley-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF belated
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And still more of this belated spring will gladden the eye in the florist's window.
Belated vacations and illness had depleted the training-school.
The belated patients and pilgrims had arrived during this alert.
"Your thanks are belated," said the young man, with a visible attempt at gaiety.
They had penetrated the mists of alcohol, and stirred a belated contrition.
And the belated blackbird paused on the way to its nestlings.
Joan laid it carefully aside and brought on their belated breakfast.
Only then did he make a belated reply to Culver's statement.
On this occasion he was belated because he had sat up nursing a wounded comrade.
They are belated, and the Indians are at their bloody work when they arrive.