I offered immediately, as soon as my mother related the affair to me, to talk to him myself, and dissuade him from the match; but it was too late
THEN, I found, to do any thing, for unluckily, I was not in the way at first, and knew nothing of it till after the breach had taken place, when it was not for me, you know, to interfere.
"Not if you think she will not be back till late," adding, as if suddenly aware of some discourtesy in his speech, "and I should miss the pleasure of walking home with you." Edna locked the door and put the key back in its hiding-place.
I always knew him--that is, it is only of late that I know him pretty well.
"Well, sir, we can't drive over that tree, nor yet get round it; there will be nothing for it, but to go back to the four crossways, and that will be a good six miles before we get round to the wooden bridge again; it will make us late
, but the horse is fresh."
"I was by me door las' night when yer sister and her jude feller came in late
, oh, very late
"Captain Jim is never late by the fraction of a second," said Leslie.
The cheeks that had been blanched of late suddenly flamed with the color of boyhood; his eyes glowed with all the fire of youth; but his hands trembled as he opened it.
Assistance would come too late! What a misfortune, indeed, should it come too soon, since his reviving consciousness would bring the recollection of the ignominious offence which he had beheld his nephew in the very act of committing!
It was now far too late in Clifford's life for the good opinion of society to be worth the trouble and anguish of a formal vindication.
It was just too late
to start by the train which left London before noon.
The one thing of which I felt certain was, that the grossest of mankind could not have misconstrued her motive in speaking, even at that suspiciously late
hour and in that suspiciously lonely place.
As for his going, Emma did not wish him to think it possible, the hours would be too late
, and the party too numerous.