follow-up

[ fol-oh-uhp ]SEE DEFINITION OF follow-up

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOLLOW-UP

But usually the follow-up is concerned with the pursuit, capture, or trial.

And their swapping the prizes will make a peach of a follow-up story.

For a week we'll have follow-up articles, and then Constantine will take it.

Their fee was $2.50 per visit which included the price of follow-up medicine.

The editorial was to be a follow-up in the next day's paper.

"The follow-up tomorrow will be a big one, too," he prophesied.

"Well, Senator, I'm here," was the follow-up of the perfunctory hand-shake.

It was what in the world of commerce is called a "follow-up" letter.

At about the time of the third shot, the President's car accelerated sharply, with the follow-up car driving right behind it.

He would use that check-weighman story as a "follow-up" for the next day, to keep the subject of North Valley alive.

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