latecomer

[leyt-kuhm-er]
noun
a person who arrives late: The latecomers were seated after the overture.

Origin:
1865–70; late + comer

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latecomer (ˈleɪtˌkʌmə)
 
n
a person or thing that comes late

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Example sentences
Being a latecomer, the firm opted to sell processor-, radio- and other sorts of
  chips together with the necessary software.
He bought a house and went to work for a hedge fund-the latecomer playing
  catch-up, eager for a piece.
The city was a latecomer to the new economy, and it was relatively remote.
But the mystery could now be solved by a latecomer to the field of antimatter
  research.
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