lately[ leyt-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF lately
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LATELY
Windich shot a wurrung, which he said had lately drunk water.
Thence they issued into that so lately occupied by the Frankses.
"Have a chair," he said, motioning to the one Cass had lately sat in.
It seems foolish to stay here, abused as I have been lately, and as I will be tomorrow.
Hinde introduced John to them, mentioning that he had only lately arrived from Ireland.
Apropos, what is the reason that we have seen so little of Clarence Hervey lately?
And now you must not wonder or blame me, if, though so lately found, I leave you for a while.
And lately I have thought that those dreams might be prophetic.
It has, however, been lately introduced for making shuttles.
And now, let me ask—have you heard what has lately befallen this friend of yours?