unpunctually

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With his son's wife the English king received a large but unpunctually paid dowry.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1400, from Medieval Latin punctualis, from Latin punctus "a pricking" (see point (n.)). Originally "having a sharp point; of the nature of a point;" meaning "prompt" first recorded 1670s, from notion of "insisting on fine points." Related: Punctually.

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