unpunctuality


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unpunctuality

(ˌʌnpʌŋktjʊˈælɪtɪ)
n
the quality of not doing something or arriving somewhere at the right time
Translations

unpunctuality

[ˈʌnˌpʌŋktjʊˈælɪtɪ] Nfalta f de puntualidad, atraso m

unpunctuality

References in classic literature ?
Their remoteness and unpunctuality, or their exorbitant charges and frauds, will be drawing forth bitter lamentations.
But the discomfort of unpunctuality, of confusion of thought about facts, of inattention to the wants of to-morrow, is of no nation.
Some studies (Thulin and Vilhelmson 2010) have shown that the raising unpunctuality may be one of the negative outcomes of the growing flexibility and availability in communication.
I suffer from Tardinessentitis," said Khan, coining a term for his own propensity to stray away from schedule and unpunctuality.
diminishing absenteeism, unpunctuality, and turnover.
Included are two early, more playful essays on snobbery and unpunctuality.
Although a spokesperson for the entertainment complex posted an apology on the micro blogging site, he failed to give a reason for Bieber's unpunctuality.
Special Friendships 20 Unkindness 10 Breaking Silence 10 Irreverence 10 Disobedience 10 Unpunctuality 5 Inadequate effort 5 Bad language 5 Lack of frankness 5 Poor Demeanour 5 Un-sportsmanship 5 Untidiness 5 Does all this seem to suggest that the average Junior felt oppressed?