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of late

In recent times; lately. He's been coming in to work smelling like alcohol of late. He seems rather unhappy of late. I hope nothing is wrong.
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of late

lately. Have you seen Sally of late? We haven't had an opportunity to eat out of late.
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of late

Recently, lately, as in She's been very quiet of late; is something wrong? This idiom uses late as a noun instead of an adjective, a usage dating from about 1250. The idiom dates from the early 1400s.
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of ˈlate

(formal) recently: He has been feeling rather unwell of late. He ought to see the doctor.
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of late

Recently; lately: was feeling better of late.
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Markus Clavin, director of Clearlybusiness said: 'Being on the receiving end of late payments can be extremely detrimental to small businesses.
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After introducing the reader to the historical and material context of late medieval London, Hanawalt provides a narrative analysis of the various stages of a child's life from birth through adolescence to the child becoming "sad and wise"-- that is, an adult.
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The federal law does not pre-empt regulation of late fees in customers' home states, they said.
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com) has announced the addition of Late Stage Protein Kinase Inhibitors to their offering.
Last year the DGA began an industry-wide campaign to stop the proliferation of late scripts in episodic television, first by uncovering the severity of the issue and then by putting pressure on showrunners, networks and studios to do something about it.
This proposed study will include an estimated 480 patients and has a primary endpoint of late lumen loss by QCA at eight months.
David Hawke, managing director for Latedeals, adds "Online auctions have experienced a surge in popularity of late.