Being behind time; slow. See Synonyms at tardy.(adjective)
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Use "behindhand" in a sentence
"These bare questions at once satisfied and silenced the greater number; some, however (like a few in England who are a century behindhand), thought that all such inquiries were useless and impious; and that it was quite sufficient that God had thus made the mountains."
"I may be more than a bit behindhand with balancing bank statements, but the knitting archives are up-to-date."
"It was very necessary he should see Mr. Vanderlip, because of the shameless one he would be all of a week behindhand in filling the contract."