Word "LATE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
in the recent past
Synonyms:
lately, latterly, of late, recently
Examples:
lately the rules have been enforced
as late as yesterday she was fine
feeling better of late

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
at or toward an end or late period or stage of development
Synonyms:
later
Examples:
the late phase of feudalism
a later symptom of the disease
later medical science could have saved the child

Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
to an advanced time
Synonyms:
deep
Examples:
talked late into the evening

Crossword Clues for LATE

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Clue Source Date
Behind time or deceased Irish Times Simplex 15 Jan 2022
Like those seated after the opening number Universal 09 Jan 2022
Behind schedule Universal 31 Dec 2021
After the bell USA Today 31 Dec 2021
Like 10 p.m., for many kids ... and their parents Universal 30 Dec 2021
Past due Thomas Joseph 27 Dec 2021
Tardy Canadiana 20 Dec 2021
Behindhand The Telegraph Quick 03 Dec 2021
After curfew Universal 24 Nov 2021
Overdue Thomas Joseph 17 Nov 2021
Behind New York Times 06 Nov 2021
Running behind New York Times 31 Oct 2021
Far into the night Wall Street Journal 27 Oct 2021
Running behind The Washington Post 17 Oct 2021
Running behind LA Times Daily 17 Oct 2021
Departed behind schedule The Telegraph Cryptic 04 Oct 2021
Overdue Eugene Sheffer 02 Oct 2021
After normal hours The Washington Post 21 Sep 2021
After normal hours LA Times Daily 21 Sep 2021
Past the due date USA Today 10 Sep 2021
Past due Thomas Joseph 24 Aug 2021
After the buzzer Wall Street Journal 21 Aug 2021
Running behind schedule USA Today 19 Aug 2021
After the deadline LA Times Daily 16 Aug 2021
After the deadline The Washington Post 16 Aug 2021
Tardy USA Today 07 Aug 2021
Past the deadline Newsday 01 Aug 2021
Past the deadline New York Times 26 Jul 2021
Not on time Premier Sunday 25 Jul 2021
Behind schedule Newsday 15 Jul 2021
Making people wait, maybe The Washington Post 15 Jul 2021
Making people wait, maybe LA Times Daily 15 Jul 2021
Past due Thomas Joseph 14 Jul 2021
*Produce milk The Washington Post 02 Jul 2021
*Produce milk LA Times Daily 02 Jul 2021
After the whistle Family Time 27 Jun 2021
'Super ___ Bloomer' (Julia Kaye collection) USA Today 18 Jun 2021
Running behind USA Today 13 Jun 2021
Not prompt Universal 28 May 2021
Of __: recently The Washington Post 26 May 2021
Of __: recently LA Times Daily 26 May 2021
Past the deadline Newsday 17 May 2021
Like the White Rabbit Universal 15 May 2021
Like penalized tax filings The Washington Post Sunday 02 May 2021
Not on time Family Time 19 Apr 2021
Tardy USA Today 17 Apr 2021
Behind time or deceased Irish Times Simplex 17 Apr 2021
Overdue Eugene Sheffer 26 Mar 2021
Section of sweet alyssums dug up could be dead Irish Times Crosaire 13 Mar 2021
Out past curfew The Washington Post 08 Mar 2021
Out past curfew LA Times Daily 08 Mar 2021
Behind schedule Newsday 07 Mar 2021
Behind Wall Street Journal 11 Feb 2021
Behind schedule The Sun Two Speed 17 Jan 2021
Student had meal but not on time The Sun Two Speed 17 Jan 2021
Behind schedule Universal 06 Jan 2021
Hurrying, maybe Jonesin 05 Jan 2021
'You're ___!' (reproof) New York Times 02 Jan 2021
After curfew LA Times Daily 24 Dec 2020
After curfew The Washington Post 24 Dec 2020
Not punctual Newsday 22 Dec 2020
After the bell Universal 05 Dec 2020
Behind schedule USA Today 17 Nov 2020
Not on time USA Today 26 Oct 2020
After-hours Premier Sunday 18 Oct 2020
Tardy Canadiana 28 Sep 2020
Stuck in traffic, perhaps Wall Street Journal 12 Sep 2020
Overdue The Telegraph Quick 04 Sep 2020
Running behind LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2020
Running behind The Washington Post 21 Aug 2020
"Better ___ than never" Universal 16 Aug 2020
Overdue Thomas Joseph 11 Aug 2020
Running behind Universal 09 Aug 2020
After the buzzer Newsday 09 Aug 2020
It's after the deadline for both sides in labour dispute Irish Times Crosaire 25 Jul 2020
Past the due date USA Today 18 Jul 2020
Delinquent New York Times 16 Jul 2020
Past the due date Jonesin 14 Jul 2020
Past one's bedtime, say New York Times 01 Jul 2020
Having missed the deadline The Washington Post 26 Jun 2020
Having missed the deadline LA Times Daily 26 Jun 2020
Word used twice to describe James Corden’s show Wall Street Journal 17 Jun 2020
Tardy Family Time 07 Jun 2020
Flight-board posting Newsday 06 Jun 2020
See 112 Down The Washington Post Sunday 24 May 2020
Behind time The Times Concise 15 May 2020
Behind time Irish Times Simplex 13 May 2020
Delayed USA Today 07 May 2020
"Better ___ than never" Family Time 30 Mar 2020
Well into the evening, say USA Today 17 Mar 2020
Tardy Universal 15 Mar 2020
After the buzzer Universal 11 Mar 2020
Past the deadline USA Today 04 Mar 2020
Passed on content from revolutionary walkie-talkies Irish Times Crosaire 19 Feb 2020
Past due Thomas Joseph 06 Jan 2020
Overdue; dead The Times Concise 30 Dec 2019
In a timely fashion, is behind both sides of labour dispute Irish Times Crosaire 21 Dec 2019
After the buzzer USA Today 08 Nov 2019
Tardy The Telegraph Quick 07 Nov 2019
Picked up by walkie talkies as being behind schedule Irish Times Crosaire 14 Oct 2019
Overdue The Times Concise 13 Oct 2019
Having a timing problem LA Times Daily 12 Oct 2019
Having a timing problem The Washington Post 12 Oct 2019
Thrill The Washington Post Sunday 06 Oct 2019
Like the White Rabbit The Washington Post 29 Sep 2019
Like the White Rabbit LA Times Daily 29 Sep 2019
Quotation continues Canadiana 09 Sep 2019
Past the deadline Universal 05 Sep 2019
After the whistle USA Today 02 Sep 2019
Some control a temper - it's long overdue Irish Times Crosaire 31 Aug 2019
Like the White Rabbit USA Today 18 Aug 2019
Delayed Premier Sunday 04 Aug 2019
Missing the boat Newsday 27 Jun 2019
Having missed the boat USA Today 09 May 2019
Like some arrivals The Washington Post Sunday 28 Apr 2019
Overdue Premier Sunday 28 Apr 2019
In arrears, and others must be put up The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Mar 2019
After-hours The Washington Post 14 Mar 2019
After-hours LA Times Daily 14 Mar 2019
Stuck in traffic, say Newsday 07 Mar 2019
Past the deadline LA Times Daily 03 Mar 2019
Past the deadline The Washington Post 03 Mar 2019
Tardy Newsday 25 Feb 2019
Subject to a penalty fee, perhaps USA Today 06 Feb 2019
It's better than never Universal 03 Feb 2019
Running behind Wall Street Journal 23 Jan 2019
Past the deadline
Like the White Rabbit
Having a timing problem
After-hours
Behind schedule
It's better than never
Past the deadline
Tardy
After the buzzer
After the whistle
Having missed the boat
Like the White Rabbit
Subject to a penalty fee, perhaps
After the buzzer
Running behind
Not on time Newsday 31 Dec 2018
Like an illegal hit, in football USA Today 30 Dec 2018
After the deadline Universal 20 Dec 2018
Stuck in traffic, say LA Times Daily 13 Dec 2018
Stuck in traffic, say The Washington Post 13 Dec 2018
Not punctual Universal 03 Dec 2018
It's better than never, they say New York Times 02 Dec 2018
"It's never too ___" Universal 26 Nov 2018
Running behind schedule Newsday 19 Nov 2018
Past curfew USA Today 02 Nov 2018
Tardy Premier Sunday 28 Oct 2018
Word often paired with 'great' The Washington Post 14 Oct 2018
Word often paired with "great" LA Times Daily 14 Oct 2018
Delayed New York Times 09 Sep 2018
Overdue Newsday 26 Aug 2018
Fifty had a meal past normal bedtime? The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Aug 2018
Like a literary rabbit The Washington Post Sunday 12 Aug 2018
How the fashionable are said to arrive New York Times 08 Aug 2018
Dead slow The Telegraph Cryptic 31 Jul 2018
Untimely? The Washington Post 19 Jul 2018
Untimely? LA Times Daily 19 Jul 2018
At midnight, say Premier Sunday 08 Jul 2018
Rushing, perhaps The Washington Post 15 Jun 2018
Rushing, perhaps LA Times Daily 15 Jun 2018
Fashionable way to arrive? The Washington Post 13 Jun 2018
Fashionable way to arrive? LA Times Daily 13 Jun 2018
Past due Premier Sunday 10 Jun 2018
Slice of tortilla tested - it's overdue? Irish Times Crosaire 02 Jun 2018
Better than never, it's said USA Today 16 May 2018
After hours Universal 15 May 2018
50 had meal but not on time The Sun Two Speed 09 May 2018
Opposite of early Family Time 30 Apr 2018
Defying expectations? Newsday 21 Apr 2018
After the buzzer The Washington Post Sunday 08 Apr 2018
In violation of curfew USA Today 06 Apr 2018
Not punctual Premier Sunday 18 Mar 2018
Held up Jonesin 06 Mar 2018
Behind time The Telegraph Quick 27 Feb 2018
Behind schedule New York Times 20 Feb 2018
After midnight, to Cinderella USA Today 16 Feb 2018
Held up in traffic, say USA Today 30 Jan 2018
Like Carroll's White Rabbit USA Today 28 Jan 2018
Bad way to get to work New York Times 27 Jan 2018
After curfew USA Today 23 Jan 2018
Fashionable way to arrive?
Running behind
Rushing, perhaps
Word often paired with "great"
Held up in traffic, say
Like Carroll's White Rabbit
Like an illegal hit, in football
Past curfew
Past due
Stuck in traffic, say
Untimely?
It's better than never, they say
Not punctual
After the deadline
Bad way to get to work
How the fashionable are said to arrive
After hours
"It's never too ___"
After curfew
After midnight, to Cinderella
Better than never, it's said
A let-out when overdue The Sun Two Speed 17 Dec 2017
Behind time The Sun Two Speed 17 Dec 2017
Overdue Jonesin 21 Nov 2017
Running behind New York Times 14 Nov 2017
Running behind schedule New York Times 18 Sep 2017
Overdue New York Times 14 Aug 2017
Behind New York Times 05 Aug 2017
Like a night owl's hours USA Today 14 Jul 2017
Former; behind time The Times Concise 04 Jul 2017
Like the baby in a 9 1/2-month pregnancy New York Times 14 Jun 2017
Departed well into the night The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Apr 2017
Worthy of a tardy slip Universal 28 Apr 2017
Past time Jonesin 18 Apr 2017
Keeping everyone waiting Newsday 13 Apr 2017
Subject to a library fine USA Today 21 Mar 2017
Past due The Washington Post 14 Mar 2017
Past due LA Times Daily 14 Mar 2017
Not on time Premier Sunday 12 Mar 2017
Tardy, slow The Telegraph Quick 05 Mar 2017
Behind Premier Sunday 05 Feb 2017
Overdue The Guardian Quick 21 Jan 2017
Past due
Behind
Worthy of a tardy slip
Like a night owl's hours
Like the baby in a 9 1/2-month pregnancy
Running behind
Running behind schedule
Wishing one had left sooner Universal 19 Dec 2016
Criticise when son leaves behind schedule The Telegraph Toughie 15 Dec 2016
Into the night Wall Street Journal 02 Dec 2016
'It gets ___ early out there' (Yogi Berra) The Washington Post 30 Nov 2016
After curfew New York Times 28 Nov 2016
Running behind The Chronicle of Higher Education 25 Nov 2016
Word repeated before show New York Times 13 Nov 2016
Bad way to run New York Times 11 Nov 2016
In the wee hours Wall Street Journal 01 Nov 2016
Fit for night owls Universal 13 Sep 2016
Tardy Thomas Joseph 29 Aug 2016
Running behind time The Times Concise 26 Aug 2016
Untimely? Premier Sunday 14 Aug 2016
Fashionable? Universal 14 Aug 2016
Hung up, perhaps Wall Street Journal 23 Jul 2016
Behind schedule Wall Street Journal 11 Jul 2016
Not on cue USA Today 18 May 2016
See 71-Down Premier Sunday 10 Apr 2016
Behind schedule LA Times Daily 05 Apr 2016
Not on time LA Times Daily 21 Mar 2016
Laugh a minute going around with no concept of time Irish Times Crosaire 09 Mar 2016
After midnight, say Wall Street Journal 24 Feb 2016
After the deadline USA Today 17 Feb 2016
Like some additions and editions New York Times 22 Jan 2016
Not on cue
Running behind
After curfew
Bad way to run
Like some additions and editions
Word repeated before show
"Better ___ than never"
Fashionable?
Fit for night owls
After the deadline
Far into the night Wall Street Journal 26 Dec 2015
How workaholics often work USA Today 05 Dec 2015
Like some bloomers Universal 27 Nov 2015
Behind schedule Canadiana 23 Nov 2015
Tardy Eugene Sheffer 21 Nov 2015
After the bell New York Times 30 Sep 2015
All-too-common flight status New York Times 11 Sep 2015
Hung up, maybe Wall Street Journal 04 Sep 2015
Past curfew LA Times Daily 30 Aug 2015
Delirious, extremities failing, then dead The Times Cryptic 25 Aug 2015
Behind LA Times Daily 22 Aug 2015
Delayed LA Times Daily 12 Aug 2015
Word repeated before "show" USA Today 11 Jul 2015
Partner of great New York Times 02 Jul 2015
Tardy The Times Concise 26 Jun 2015
Like some shows Universal 09 Jun 2015
Of __ (recently) Newsday 24 May 2015
Protracted Newsday 16 May 2015
When repeated, like some shows Universal 15 May 2015
After the deadline The Chronicle of Higher Education 01 May 2015
How some busy people run LA Times Daily 11 Apr 2015
Departed after time The Telegraph Cryptic 09 Mar 2015
Successive notes delayed The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Mar 2015
After the whistle New York Times 04 Mar 2015
After the due date USA Today 16 Feb 2015
"It's never too ___" USA Today 11 Feb 2015
Behind time, with others turning up The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Feb 2015
Departed, but yet to arrive? The Times Cryptic 04 Feb 2015
Far into the night Newsday 30 Jan 2015
Like a literary rabbit
Past curfew
How some busy people run
When repeated, like some shows
Make really happy
Protracted
Overdue
Of __ (recently)
How some busy people run
Behind
After the whistle
After the buzzer
Word repeated before "show"
How workaholics often work
After the due date
"It's never too ___"
All-too-common flight status
Partner of great
Behind schedule
After the bell
Running ___
Hung up, maybe
Past the hour
Stuck in traffic, say
Far into the night
During the wee hours
After the deadline
Not punctual
Not on time
Far into the night
After the buzzer
Like some bloomers
Like some shows
Behind
Delayed
Queen "It's ___"
When repeated, kind of show
One way to be running or working
See 36-Down
At nine and a half months, say
Dearly departed
Overdue
After the bell
After curfew
Seth Myers show adjective
Running behind
Past the deadline
Overdue
Not at the expected time
Missing the deadline
Behind schedule
Alison Krauss "Called my baby ___ last night"
Way to run or sleep
Tardy
Past the deadline
Recent
Up-to-the-minute
Overdue
After the bell
Type of shift
Not when expected
How workaholics often work
Better this than never
"The ___ Show"
Tardy to the party
Missing a deadline
After curfew
Pregnant, maybe
After curfew
"Better ___ than never"
Delayed
Going on 1 a.m.
Going on 2 a.m.
Going on 2 in the morning
Holding things up, perhaps
How procrastinators run
Word repeated before "Show"
Not long-departed
With 14-Down, like some talk shows
With 20-Across, Conan's domain
"Too ___ for Love" Def Leppard
__ fee
Not punctual
Having overslept, maybe
After curfew
Past midnight
Like a fashionable arrival
In arrears
Not punctual
Past curfew
Past the deadline
"It's too ___, baby" Carole King
How procrastinators run
Delinquent
Not on schedule
Past the deadline
"Better ___ than never"
After deadline
Behind
Incurring a fine, perhaps
__ fee
In trouble with the boss, maybe
Well into the night
After the deadline
Behind schedule
It's better than never, in a saying
Like some illegal gridiron hits
Like the White Rabbit
Postdeadline
Stuck in traffic, perhaps
Into the wee hours
Night owl's time
Overdue
Not on time
Missing a deadline
Subject to a penalty fee, maybe
Like some borrowed library books
How workaholics often work
Behind schedule
After the buzzer
Fashionable, some say
Like fashionable partygoers?
One way to run
After the bell
Missing curfew
Like the White Rabbit
Behind schedule
Behind schedule
How workaholics often work
Like some borrowed library books
Past curfew
Subject to a penalty fee, maybe
Running ___
In need of a hall pass, perhaps
After curfew
"I'm ___!" (White Rabbit's cry)
Incurring a fine, maybe
Hurrying, maybe
Hurrying, maybe
Held up
Fashionable way to arrive?
Likely to miss the bus
Incurring a fine, maybe
It's better than never?
Keeping everyone waiting
In the wee hours
When a star arrives?
"I know it's ___, I know you're weary ..."
Better ___ than never
In the wee hours
At day's end
After midnight, say
In the wee hours
Like the White Rabbit
Just in time to see the train pull off?
Midnight, for most
Like the White Rabbit of Wonderland
Until all hours
Missing the boat, say
In need of a hall pass, perhaps
How busy people often work
Tardy
Tardy
Eleventh-hour
Past one's bedtime
Recently deceased
Still not there
Tardy
Past one's bedtime
Tardy
Like some shifts or shows
How busy people often work
Past due
After the deadline
Not in time
Not on schedule
Not punctual
Overdue
Fashionable, in a way
Overdue
Not on time
After lights-out
Not on schedule
Tardy
Not in time
Recently deceased
Held up, maybe
After the deadline
Not punctual
Running behind
After-hours
Recently departed
Going on 1 a.m.
After the bell
Recently deceased
Dilatory
Subject to a library fine
After the buzzer
Delinquent
Better than never?
After the whistle
Like some bill payments
Missing the boat, say
After the bell
Kind of bloomer
Stressful way to run
Subject to a library fine
Tardy
Ten minutes after the hour?
Needing a pass, maybe
Past due
Accommodating to night owls
Eleventh-hour
Pushing midnight, say
Well into the night
Delinquent
Kind of bloomer
Needing a pass, maybe
Not in time
Past due
After midnight
After some delay
__ pass
Like an inveterate procrastinator
Expected earlier
Type of shift
Type of edition
Like some shifts
Likely to miss the bus, say
Overdue
Midnight or beyond, to some
It's better than never?
After midnight, say
Like the White Rabbit
Overdue
What the White Rabbit feared it would be
After the bell
Hectic way to be running?
Just in time to see the train pull out?
Kind of fee
Not on time
Past one's bedtime
Stressful way to run
Stuck in traffic, say
Eleventh-hour
Hectic way to be running?
Just in time to see the train pull out?
Kind of fee
Not on time
Past one's bedtime
Stressful way to run
With 64-Down, bill payer's concern
With 64-Down, bill payer's concern
Past due
Delayed
Delayed
Pushing midnight, say
Recently departed
Emu's tail?
Like some bloomers
Delayed
Like some bloomers
After the bell
Like the White Rabbit
Up-to-the-minute
Not on time
After the bell
After-hours
Behind the clock
Well into the night
Type of edition
Accommodating to night owls
After the bell
Ex-
Subject to a fine, maybe
Not on time
Subject to penalties, perhaps
Subject to a library fine
Eleventh-hour
After-hours
After the bell
Eleventh-hour
Subject to a library fine
Recent
Like Letterman's show
Behind
Tardy
Past due
Like the White Rabbit?
Like Alice's Rabbit
It's better than never
Into the wee hours
After-hours show
After the deadline
Not at the expected time
Subject to docking?
Hung up, maybe
Missing the boat
Still not in
Like a fashionable arrival
Like some editions
Wee-hours
Missing the deadline
In the wee hours
After the bell
Subject to penalties, perhaps
Held up, maybe
In arrears
Behind schedule
Recent
Behind schedule
Held up, maybe
Eleventh-hour
After curfew
Behind time
Past one's bedtime
Subject to penalties, perhaps
Past due
Subject to a fine, maybe
Like a fashionable arrival, in some circles
Word repeated before "show"
One way to run
Not in time
Behind time
Like the White Rabbit of Wonderland
Not on cue
After the deadline
Running behind
Wee-hours
After-hours
Still not there
Wee-hours
Behind schedule
Not 66 Across
Like the White Rabbit
When repeated, like some shows
Missing a deadline
"Better ___ than never"
Behind
Subject to docking, maybe
Type of football hit that's penalized
Still not there
Very recent
Held up in traffic, say
Eleventh-hour
Very recent
Held up in traffic, say
Behind
Delayed
Running behind
Former
Better ___ than never
Keeping someone waiting
Held up, in a way
Behind time
How one might run
Having missed the bus
Better ___ than never!
After the bell
Delayed, perhaps
After the whistle
Fall-blooming, say
Delayed, perhaps
Far from prompt
Running behind
After the deadline
After-hours
Recently deceased
Tardy
Off schedule
After-hours
___ bloomer
Until all hours
Subject to docking, perhaps
Overdue
Eleventh-hour
One way to run
Deceased
With 55-Down, Insomniac's TV fare
Fashionable arrival
Around midnight
Running behind
How workaholics often work
White Rabbit's adjective
Accommodating to night owls
The ____ Show
One way of running?
Kind of comer or bloomer
Near midnight
Unpunctual
After hours
Like the White Rabbit
Untimely
After the whistle
Forgetful of the clock, perhaps
Fashionable, in some social circles
Delayed
Up-to-the-minute
Fashionable, perhaps
Like the White Rabbit
Not prompt
It's better than never
Behind
Midnight or beyond
Like an inveterate procrastinator
Recent
Toward the end
Better than never?
Far from prompt
Like Marquand's Apley
After 11 P.M.
Past due
Slow
Dilatory
Recent
Word repeated before "show"
Not punctual
Fashionable
Up-to-the-minute
Cunctatious
Until the wee hours
Anagram for tael
It's better than never
Like a certain Marquand hero
Like Marquand's Apley
"___ and soon": Wordsworth
Lasting into the wee hours
Like some bloomers
Like a certain Apley
Paton's "Too ___ the Phalarope"
Missing the bus
Better this than never
Better than never
Former
Et al. anagram
Delayed
"The ___ Show"
New
Behindhand
Just out
Like George Apley
Overdue
Recent
___ hit, penalty causer
Word for Apley
Tardy
Not on time
Deceased
Behind schedule
Kind of edition
Off schedule
Adjective for a Marquand hero
Adjective aptly applied to Apley
Kind of show
"Better ___ than never"
Word with news or edition
Like some shows
Like some editions
Deceased
Advanced
Like Apley
Like X-o'clock scholars
"The ___ George Apley"
Adjective for George Apley
Newspaper edition
Kind of show or Latin
"Better ___ than . . . "
Arrival-board word
Never too ___
___ Latin
Like Paton's phalarope
Like the 10 o'clock scholar
Like some TV movies
Of ___ (recently)
Behind time
Arrival-board notation
Dilatory
Kind of TV show
Very recent
Recently
George Apley, for one
Midnight, to some
Kind of news
Like some trains
11:30 P.M., to some
Recent.
Better than never.
Slow.
Overdue.
Like George Apley.
See 23 Across.
After delay.
Recently.
Delayed.
Kind of TV show.
Of ___ (recently).
Not long ago.
Type of TV show.
Far advanced.
One kind of TV show.
One kind of show.
Midnight or after.
Tardy.
New.
Not in time.
Behindhand.
After a delay.
It's better than never.
Dilatory.
At the eleventh hour.
Modern.
TV's "___ Show."
Past bedtime.
Far into the night.
Synonym for 31 Across.
___ show.
Opposite of 4 Down.
Behind schedule.
Protracted.
Far in the night.
Like a noon scholar.
Far advanced in time.
"The ___ George Apley."
Held up
Like a troublesome period?
Like a woman taking a pregancy test, often
Running behind
Tardy
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