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Definition of "unpunctual" []

  • Not punctual. (adjective)

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Use "unpunctual" in a sentence
  • "Policemen, teachers, civil servants, owners of small family businesses—the baker, the butcher, the florist—who felt tyrannized by regulations and taxes and saw immigrants from Morocco and Turkey both as competitors (with small shops that could sell cheaper goods because they hired cheap, illegal workers) and as bad employees (unpunctual and disrespectful slackers who could not speak proper Dutch)."
  • "These way, notorious unpunctual types (read: college students) won't be locked out if they are 10 minutes "late.""
  • "But of all men alive Dolly Longstaff was the most unpunctual."