Thesaurus / unpunctual

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Many good men quite fail to realize how selfish, practically, it is to be unpunctual.

To My Younger BrethrenHandley C. G. Moule

Five minutes had hardly gone by when he looked at his watch, thinking Marian must be unpunctual.

New Grub StreetGeorge Gissing

But it was just at the time when the cook was sulking at Bethia's dismissal—and she chose to be unpunctual and careless.

Wives and DaughtersElizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell

So he no longer put his faith in the unpunctual engineers of perfidious Albion.

Therefore he would not, unless it was absolutely unavoidable, be unpunctual to engagements, or keep people waiting his pleasure.

LafayetteMartha Foote Crow

She had asked him to come early, that they might have a few minutes to themselves; and for once he was not unpunctual.

Far to SeekMaud Diver

Don't be unpunctual to-morrow on that account; I am as regular as clock-work generally.

No NameWilkie Collins

His dreamy, unpunctual ways and general lack of concentration would be highly exasperating to his drill-sergeant.

They had become thoroughly unsettled, and accustomed to careless, unpunctual ways.

Jill's Red BagAmy Le Feuvre

Ever since half-past one; it would have been a fine thing, indeed, to have been unpunctual with his majesty.

Louise de la ValliereAlexandre Dumas, Pere
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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.