sequel

[ see-kwuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF sequel

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The second paper of Mr. Gladstone upon the same subject was a sequel to the first.

Her woman's intuition divined a sequel to the afternoon's drama.

The manner in which I gratified this wish, and the consequences to which it led, will be seen in the sequel.

It was not the last of my affairs with them, however, as will be seen in the sequel.

Let us now resume the sequel of the Geographical Description of Louisiana.

She never forgave me for it, as you will perceive in the sequel.

The Countess retired with feelings embittered against her royal mistress, and her annoyance in the sequel ripened into enmity.

On the morrow, they were surprised by the Indians, as the sequel relates.

She had her reasons for not entirely abandoning her, as will appear in the sequel.

The story ought to end here; but most stories have a sequel, and this has two.

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