Definition for later

adjective as in coming after

adverb as in happening after

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Example Sentences

Gideon later responded that Maine voters “want to know who their senator thinks should be leading us,” according to the Bangor Daily News.

He later had an on-demand company called Exec and previously a calendar app called Kiko, both of which sold for small amounts.

The changes will impact those who had helped lead groups that were later banned and members who participated in them.

He later extended the restrictions to the United Kingdom and Ireland.

People added later didn’t have the opportunity to challenge their inclusion because the hearing took place long before they were added to it.

The influential al Qaeda propagandist, who was born in New Mexico, died in a U.S. drone strike later that year.

A few days later, Bush replied, “We will uphold the law in Florida.”

It was seen by a small delegation of star-struck prelates and dignitaries who later described the film as “moving.”

Their bodies were later found incinerated and buried in mass graves outside of town.

One topic that comes up among the members, she says, is dealing with loss years later.

Bessires was included because he would never win it at any later date, but his doglike devotion made him a priceless subordinate.

His 6,000 native auxiliaries (as it proved later on) could not be relied upon in a civil war.

Ten minutes later, veiled and cloaked, she stepped out alone into the garden.

Those in whom the impulse is strong and dominant are perhaps those who in later years make the good society actors.

His idea was that there would be ample time later to order a concentration on either wing or on the centre.


On this page you'll find 59 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to later, such as: next, downstream, ensuing, following, more recent, and posterior.

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