How to use Tardy in a sentence as an adjective

In the field he was in, word got around quickly so there was a few tardy clients that paid but stipulated that he remove their transgressions from the 'Deadbeats' folder.

If they really hate money as much as it sounds they could instead give tardy parents 3 strikes before banning them from the daycare altogether.

This may have something to do with how many soups Koreans eat, but my American sensibility, of just powering through a garbage lunch as quickly as possible because it's getting in the way of my work day, had a hard time adjusting to this for years.- Koreans tend to be perpetually tardy.

On the tardy-party end the reasons for being tardy are complex, with about as many reasons why it's unavoidable as reasons why it could have been avoided.- Planning group activities seems to be a group event rather than a leader-focused organizer's role.

Other than that, this is rather a tardy and something less than nuanced summary of the events of the last week or so. Kind of strange - I thought the magazine was working to modernize its tech coverage.

Now, besides the features Stallman was complaining about, we find out that the NSA works to make software less secure, Microsoft actively gives vulnerabilities to the NSA, and Apple is tardy about applying security updates.

>> Sure it's tardy, but it's also really useful, and it's nice to see >> Linux continuing to improve, no matter how slowly.

Thanks for your reply, and I apologize for my tardy response.

American companies are usually much too tardy with internationalization.

Which of course builds up the "F U" mentality in those vested in a venture toward tardy supporters.

Tardy definitions

adjective

after the expected or usual time; delayed; "a belated birthday card"; "I'm late for the plane"; "the train is late"; "tardy children are sent to the principal"; "always tardy in making dental appointments"

See also: belated late