Belated [adjective]

Definition of Belated:

late, slow

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Sentence/Example of Belated:

They found a few belated sowars of the 3d Cavalry, who took refuge in a wood, and the artillery opened fire at the trees!

The belated moon stole up from its lair, hovered above the sky-line, a gaudy orange sphere in the haze of smoke.

Every girl should have one girl's good time, and although mine is belated, it would be silly to let it pass.

Then a belated sense of fear came to her with the consciousness of victory, and she slipped into bed, cold to the bone.

Belated young Tractarians who burn incense in their monastic bedrooms were no more common in Liverpool then than they are to-day.

The Liberal dissensions and the belated but by no means contemptible Socialist candidate were providential interpositions.

Auberry thought that it was perhaps some west-bound emigrant or freight wagon, or perhaps a stage with belated mails.

May her dear shade pardon this belated blossom, which I make bold to lay upon her grave!

I was belated upon the mountain and overtaken by sunset, some eight miles from my destination.

Twas still but gray abroad––a drear dawn: promising a belated, sullen day.