from The Century Dictionary.

  • In an unpunctual manner; not punctually.


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  • His meals were unpunctually served, indifferently cooked; and he, who had never wanted for anything, might now tinkle his hand-bell or raise his voice in vain.

    Two Tales of Old Strasbourg 2003

  • When such tickets come, and the seat is in the last row of the stalls, it is worth while to go to the theatre unpunctually before the appointed time.

    Our Stage and Its Critics By "E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette" Edward Fordham Spence 1896

  • Isabel pursued her blameless way, doing nothing in particular, diligently and unpunctually, and spending much time in writing long and loving letters to those of her family who were no longer beneath her wing, in that particular type of large loose handwriting whose indefinite spikes stab to the heart any hope of literary interest.

    Mount Music Martin Ross 1888

  • These compositions, which were so unpunctually paid for, appeared in the _Democratic Review_, a periodical published at Washington, and having, as our author's biographer says, "considerable pretensions to

    Hawthorne (English Men of Letters Series) Henry James 1879


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