afterwards

[ af-ter-werd, ahf- ]SEE DEFINITION OF afterwards

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Hope said afterwards that she never swam with such delight as on that day.

As it will be so privately performed, clothes and equipage may be provided for afterwards.

"I had to coin a name for the place of meeting," he said to Mrs. Roberts afterwards.

They found her afterwards by her own hearthstone, thrust through by a Frenchman's bill.

It was hard to meet Ethel—and Milly and Mrs. Baker afterwards.

Was it simply to meet—to talk—and afterwards to tell a falsehood to one's parents?

Afterwards, when Cyrus tiptoed down-stairs, he found the Captain at the cabin door.

And afterwards, here in the cave, I was like one asleep, and when I woke I did not really wake.

Some months afterwards the affair was brought to a public trial.

Afterwards he obtained a post in the laboratory of a manufactory of dyes.

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