Idiom:  of late

Meaning

Idiom:  of late

  • lately
  • recently


Example sentences

  • I’ve been going to bed really early of late and I feel so much better.
  • Of late, I haven’t traveled very much so I’ve been able to go to my son’s baseball games.
  • Have you seen Dr Johnson of late? He hasn't been at church the past few weeks.
  • We started eating vegetarian meals on the weekends of late.
  • It's amazing that my son has been doing his homework without being asked of late.
  • My husband has been having severe heartburn of late so he's not eating spicy food or raw onions anymore.
  • The polls have showed the incumbent ahead of late with two months before the election.
  • Of late I've been feeling very depressed so I'm going to start seeing a psychiatrist.
  • We have been working out of late at the gym 3-4 times a week.
  • The weather has been so cold, windy and even snowy of late. Climate change is really happening.



Synonyms

  • just now
  • the other day
  • not long ago
  • a short time ago


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