following[ fol-oh-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF following
Synonyms for following
- a while later
- after a while
- by and by
- coming after
- coming next
- directly after
- in pursuit
- in search of
- in the wake of
- later on
- next off
- on the scent
Antonyms for following
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOLLOWING
The boy shouldered the carpetbag and started in advance, Robert following.
After following Lake Barlee for nine miles, it turned to the southward.
Many tracks were seen, following mine and Windich's for several miles.
Therefore you get the following sentence, "I believe I saw a giraffe."
The following are a few of the passes used by Harriet throughout the war.
Sparrow could have all the money he needed upon the following condition.
According to my promise, I saw the minister on the following day.
Thompson came early on the following day, punctual to his appointment.
The following is a copy of what I wrote, and what follows that, of the answer sent me.
Following the example of his predecessor, in 1868, Mr. Gladstone resigned.
c.1300, verbal noun from follow (v.). Meaning "a body of disciples or retainers" is from mid-15c.