later than usual or than expected
notice came so tardily that we almost missed the deadline
the train arrived late
the children came late to school
we awoke late
I belatedly wished her a happy birthday
without speed (`slow' is sometimes used informally for `slowly')
please go slow so I can see the sights
glaciers move tardily
he spoke slowly
go easy here--the road is slippery
How To Use tardily In A Sentence
- The order of gentlemanly parleying and brokery has, therefore, with many apprehensions of calamity, been reluctantly and tardily giving ground before something that is of a visibly underbred order. An Inquiry Into The Nature Of Peace And The Terms Of Its Perpetuation
- And bringing them to account, however tardily, is a way of measuring how different America and the South are now.
- Organizational Commitment is an attitude or behavioral intention shaped tardily via a long term experiences of the employee.
- But both the bishop and the senator were thoughtful for them and when they came tardily to the board they found the group close about the old commodore, their own places saved and the judge and the general sustaining the squire's rather peppery assertion to the courteous but vilely inconvincible commodore, that certain new laws of Congress must be upheld with all the national power, Gideon's Band A Tale of the Mississippi
- This review arrives quite tardily, and the reviewer is at fault.
- The French, tardily informed of Russia's initiative, immediately recognized it as a recipe for war against the Ottoman Empire and a direct challenge to Austria-Hungary, but went along for the sake of their alliance.
- glaciers move tardily
- True, many of these fund managers are reacting tardily to an October rally they did not believe in and to a November bull continuation they do not trust.
- Organizational commitment is an attitude or behavioral intention shaped tardily via long term experiences of the employee.
- notice came so tardily that we almost missed the deadline