Tardy

• (superl.) Unwary; unready. • (superl.) Criminal; guilty. • (superl.) Not being inseason; late; dilatory; -- opposed to prompt; as, to be tardy in one`s payments. • (superl.) Moving with a slow pace or motion; slow; not swift. • (v. t.) To make tardy.
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tardy

1. Moving with a slow pace or motion; slow; not swift. 'And check the tardy flight of time.' (Sandys) 'Tardy to vengeance, and with mercy brave.' (Prior) ... 2. Not being inseason; late; dilatory; opposed to prompt; as, to be tardy in one's payments. 'The tardy plants in our cold orchards placed.' (Waller) ... 3. Unwary; unready. ... 4. Criminal; g...
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Tardy

Tar'dy adjective [ Compar. Tardier ; superl. Tardiest .] [ French tardif , from (assumed) Late Latin tardivus , from Latin tardus slow.] 1. Moving with a slow pace or motion; slow; not swift. « And chec...
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Tardy

Tar'dy transitive verb To make tardy. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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