later

[ lei-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF later

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LATER

Later he involved himself in explanations that were both obscure and conflicting.

Perhaps my father might have put that in a bottle also at a later date.

"They needn't wait another day for me," Percival told him later.

But if I join to you, I'll have to meet him sooner or later.

"I'll see you later," said Grace, as they paused for a moment in front of Vinton's.

Viviette, coming in later in hat and jacket, found him busily writing.

I knew you would be falling in love sooner or later--only I hoped it would be later.

They would be able to account for it to Jeff Rankin later on.

During that ten days, and later, he adopted a systematic plan of work.

Shall I sing the chorus now or would you prefer to hear it later.

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