afterlife[ af-ter-lahyf, ahf- ]SEE DEFINITION OF afterlife
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My afterlife was ultimately formed by the shock I had then received.
And by that means I will learn where to search for him—how to trace his afterlife.
Often in afterlife Pierre recalled this period of blissful insanity.
It was one of those rash friendships that so often prove an incubus in afterlife.
Why did the thought of death, the afterlife, seem so sweet and consoling?
And well the boy carried out his father's injunction in afterlife.
All that romance, silly as it looks, becomes sacred in afterlife.
The last rites freed one from life for an afterlife in which the deceased still watched over the living faithful.
He reads The Vestiges of Creation, and in afterlife is amazed to find half the world fighting the ancient theory of evolution.
The dogmatism of his precocious boyhood never left him in afterlife.