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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEREAFTER

The fable is fanciful and pleasing in itself; but will it not hereafter be believed as reality?

It means that my braids are up to stay, so hereafter I'm a real woman.

He said I knew better, and that I should hear more of this, hereafter.

Take what there is; young as you are, you may want it more now than hereafter.

Ireland now does justice to him, the world will do so hereafter.

"And hereafter it will remind me of you," said Maltravers, in whispered accents.

Much will hereafter be written about subjects and refinements of painting.

You are hereafter to be known in the correspondence as Mr. Smith, the owner of the mine.'

Hereafter you shall be Francis Turl, the happy and fortunate!

With a cathedral in Rocky Springs they would have felt certain of their hereafter.

WORD ORIGIN

Old English heræfter (adv.) "in the future; later on;" see here + after. Meaning "after death" is mid-14c. As a noun, "time in the future," from 1540s. Meaning "a future world, the world to come" is from 1702.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HEREAFTER

afterlife

nounlife after death
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.