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come into being, come out, enter, oblige, perform, play, take part, be created, be developed, be invented.
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Correct spelling:
late
Definition:
( used especially of persons) of the immediate past; " the former president"; " our late President is still very active"; " the previous occupant of the White House"

Synonyms:

adjective
additional
overtime.
all
late.
dead
gone to meet maker, offed, inert, no more, sometime, stone-dead, ex-, erstwhile, out of one's misery, unanimated, asleep, bygone, Perished, sainted, passed away, inanimate, past, defunct, deceased, resting in peace, d.o.a., old, lifeless, previous, extinct, gone to reward, unresponsive, at peace, exanimate, at rest, bury, pushing up daisies, bereft of life, cold, not existing, former, quondam, lost, onetime, once, departed, preceding.
defunct
Non-existent, kaput, had it.
departed
in the grave.
different
unusual.
different time
former, previous, erstwhile, past, next, following, future, then, prior, bygone.
dilatory
slowest, Snail-like, lax, Moratory, behindhand, neglectful, unhasty, time-wasting, snaillike, laggard.
late
delinquent, outdated, untimely, unpunctual, overdue, belated, behindhand, tardy.
latter-day
Latterday.
long
diffusive, forever and a day, over-long, for ages, long-drawn-out, Overlong, without end, longwinded.
new
unfamiliar, recent, modern, untried, ultra-modern, advanced, dewier, dewiest, untrodden, newest, uncontaminated, just out, dewy, fresh, unspoiled.
not on time
lagging, last-minute, gone, held up, overdue, too late, backward, delayed, out of luck, behind time, blown, tardy, in a bind, Stayed, eleventh-hour, slow, Strapped, in the lurch, dilatory, behind, put off, remiss, missed the boat, unpunctual, postponed, hung up, belated, behindhand, jammed.
old
castoff, primeval, time-worn, wornout, ageold, cast-off, olden.
olden
old as the hills.
past
olden days, way back, long-ago, gone-by, ages ago, way back when, good old days, behind one.
procrastinating
dilatory.
simple-minded
slow-witted.
untimely
inopportune, belated, unpunctual, inexpedient, overdue, delinquent, inauspicious, infelicitous, mistimed, inconvenient, premature, tardy, untimely.
adverb
all
late.
at the last minute
Dilatorily, belatedly, tardily, slowly.
adverb
following
afterward.
lately
a short time ago, in recent times.
noun
late
later, belatedly, advanced, latter, unpunctual, belated, past, tardy, modern, tardily, after hours, of late, latterly, new, latish, in arrears, ripe, posthumous, lately, tardive, former, dead, recently, previous, deep, last, recent.
Examples of usage:
  1. I hope I'm not late? – The Whelps of the Wolf by George Marsh
  2. It isn't a very late one, but it was the best I could do. – Marcy The Blockade Runner by Harry Castlemon
  3. It was, however, too late. – First Person Paramount by Ambrose Pratt
  4. " Oh, can it be so late? – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers

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