Definition of tardily in English:

tardily

adverb

  • See tardy

    • ‘And bringing them to account, however tardily, is a way of measuring how different America and the South are now.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘In this instance, Australia, albeit tardily, was prepared to risk the ire of terrorists to do the right thing.’
    • ‘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.’

Pronunciation

tardily

/ˈtɑːdɪli/