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late lately, recently: “The mercy that was quick in us but late,” HENRY V., ii. 2. 79 ; “late-despised Richard,” 1 HENRY VI., ii. 5. 36 ; “bereft thee of thy life too late,” 3 HENRY VI., ii. 5. 93 ; “late entering at his heedful ears,” 3 HENRY VI., iii. 3. 63 ; “Too late he died that might have kept that title,” RICHARD III., iii. 1. 99 ; “It pleased the king his master very late,” KING LEAR, ii. 2. 111 ; “that life Which she too early and too late hath spill'd,” THE RAPE OF LUCRECE, 1801.

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