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late adv.: recently, of late, lately Tp. V. i. 113 “to abuse me, As I have been,” MND. V. i. 53 “ deceas'd,” Tw.N. V. i. 225 “but so ago,” R3 III. i. 99 “Too he died that might have kept that title,” Ant. IV. i. 13 “those that serv'd Mark Antony but ” ; with ppl. adjs. 1H4 II. iii. 64 “Like bubbles in a -disturbed stream,” 1H6 III. ii. 82 “this -betray'd town,” Tit. I. i. 184 “our -deceased emperor's sons,” Ven. 818 “Gazing upon a -embarked friend,” Lucr. 1740 “a late-sack'd island.”
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