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Things late often describes (“late ________”)
century, 1960s, 1970s, afternoon, years, summer, 1950s, period, 1940s, spring, 1930s, war, centuries, hour, night, twenties, date, stage, king, sixties, august, thirties, september, october, evening, may, fifties, fall, june, husband, july, autumn, forties, teens, winter, april, november, stages, age, ages, march, phase, hours, 1800s, seventies, 1980s, adolescence, january, december, february, morning, father, antiquity, pregnancy, president, eighties, duke, fellow, sun, 1990s, arrival, childhood, professor, capitalism, complications, 1890s, start, wife, 1870s, earl, minister, bishop, master, onset, hon, pleistocene, nights, seventeenth, 1860s, emperor, 1850s, 19th, 1840s, comers, dinner, empire, 1830s, sixteenth

Descriptive words:
little, open, pre, mid, early, full, minute, post, hour, better, icy, sal, bloody, lustre, light, holocene, till, awful, mississippian, busy, cretaceous, archaic, may, litde, jurassic, cambrian, august, occasional, triassic, devonian, wrought, 33rd, flat, m.a., criminal, carboniferous, with, kinda, fortnight, envious, ordovician, permian, horrid, impatient, laggard, ready, oligocene, jacobean, honourable, fertile, mature, faithful, sick

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See late used in context: 100+ rhymes, 140 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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