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noun as in afterword

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In the epilogue, Boehner flatly states that he is glad to be out of elective politics given the party’s sharp distancing from its onetime heroes.

The epilogue of the book I mentioned earlier, Lights Out, is titled “Jeff Is a Friend.”

Then, an epilogue reveals that it’s unclear whether Spears herself received the requests for her participation.

By the epilogue they are ferrying high-profile figures like Prince Albert of Monaco to the bottom of the Mediterranean with a matter-of-factness that would have seemed highly improbable, if not entirely impossible, just 10 chapters earlier.

My departure to true freedom, just seven months ago, has coincided with the epilogue of the presidential election in the United States, in which I still do not have the right to participate.

“The Muslim community is marbled by fear and isolation,” Apuzzo and Goldman write in the epilogue.

Maybe this most recent turn of events will give the story an epilogue—and me some peace of mind.

What amounts to Breaking Dawn—Part 2 should have been a 15-minute epilogue at the end of that movie.

It will also have a new epilogue written by my spouse, Deirdre, who is the one person readers are most curious about.

Your arrival there always felt right, like the perfect last phase of your soccer career, so forget about this French epilogue.

May this new edition help in the fulfillment of the great purpose which the Gospel epilogue expresses.

The little girle is come to act very prettily, and spoke the epilogue most admirably.

His introduction (‘An Apologue for an Epilogue’) is full of such outrageous nonsense as to suggest suspicion of his sanity.

The epilogue contains an unmeasured invective against these three "vassal slaves of servile Rome."

The epilogue as a literary species is almost entirely confined to England, and it does not occur in the earliest English plays.


On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to epilogue, such as: afterword, coda, postscript, summation, conclusion, and ending.

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