afterward[ af-ter-werd, ahf- ]SEE DEFINITION OF afterward
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFTERWARD
Afterward, I looked downward, and saw my dead body lying on a couch.
Twelve hours afterward the snow, three feet deep on a level, has melted.
I afterward sold their horse, and sent them the balance of the proceeds.
Afterward his uncle came in a fierce humor, slamming the door.
In her numbed brain was no flicker of thought as to whatever might come to her afterward.
We thought it very childish of him, but afterward we were glad we had not made any objection.
There was, as Yates afterward remarked, "abundance, and plenty of it."
For years afterward, the memory of one evening lingered with him.
Joseph afterward was an illustrious specimen of this disposition.
Afterward I learned that he was our dragoman's father; but I was loyal and did not tell.