latter-day

[ lat-er-dey ]SEE DEFINITION OF latter-day

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Even in the latter-day Rome, historic names are not wanting.

I am of the opinion that most of our latter-day radicals are on a par with our latter-day Christians.

Any latter-day novelist might envy Crabbe his power of developing a story.

Woe betide the Latter-day Saint, who dares to dream of dissent or apostasy!

There is no horse-leech that sticks so fast as your latter-day Philistine.

We have nothing quite like it on the latter-day English stage.

We did not see this latter-day Hecuba, but we were told that she was still quite comely.

Such, then, is the belief of the Latter-day Saints; such are the teachings of the Church.

Define "quorum" in its special sense as used by the Latter-day Saints.

Was it not Clare who gave the school its latter-day reputation?

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