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Today's word is belated, spelled B-E-L-A-T-E-D.

Belated is an adjective that means delayed beyond the usual time. It can also mean existing or appearing past the normal or proper time. Here is the word used in a sentence.

Susan called Jim to let him know that a belated birthday gift from her was on its way.

Long ago, there was a verb belate, which meant "to make late." From the beginning, belate tended to mostly turn up in the form of its past participle belated. Eventually, belate itself fell out of use, leaving behind belated as an adjective that preserved the original notion of delay. As you may have guessed, belate and its descendant belated derive from the adjective late; belate was formed by simply combining the prefix be- meaning "to cause to be," with late. Belated was also once used in the sense "overtaken by night," as in "belated travelers seeking lodging for the night." This sense was in fact the first meaning of the adjective but it too fell out of use.

With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski.

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[Homework]2015-06-23 How to Use a Word

Today's word is belated, spelled B-E-L-A-T-E-D.

Belated is an adjective that means delayed beyond the usual time. It can also mean existing or appearing past the normal or proper time. Here is the word used in a sentence.

Susan called Jim to let him know that a belated birthday gift from her was on its way.

Long ago, there was a verb belate, which meant to make late. From the beginning, belate tended to mostly turn up in the form of its past participle belated. Eventually, belate itself fell out of use, leaving behind belated as an adjective that preserved the original notion of delay. As you may have guessed, belate and its descendant belated derive from the adjective late; belate was formed by simply combining the prefix be- meaning to cause to be, with late. Belated was also once used in the sense overtaken by night, as in belated travelers seeking lodging for the night. This sense was in fact the first meaning of the adjective but it too fell out of use.

With your Word of the Day, I'm Peter Sokolowski.

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