Latter-day



[lat-er-dey] /ˈlæt ərˌdeɪ/

adjective
1.
of a later or following period:
latter-day pioneers.
2.
of the present period or time; modern:
the latter-day problems of our society.
adjective
1.
present-day; modern

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  • Latterly

    [lat-er-lee] /ˈlæt ər li/ adverb 1. of late; lately: He has been latterly finding much to keep himself busy. 2. in a later or subsequent part of a period: Latterly he became a patron of the arts. /ˈlætəlɪ/ adverb 1. recently; lately 1734, from latter + -ly (2). Called by Johnson “a low word lately […]

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    [lat-er-mohst, -muh st] /ˈlæt ərˌmoʊst, -məst/ adjective 1. latest; last. /ˈlætəˌməʊst/ adjective 1. a less common word for last1



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