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synonyms for subsequently

  • afterwards
  • finally
  • later
  • after
  • after while
  • at a later date
  • behind
  • by and by
  • consequently
  • in the aftermath
  • in the end
  • infra
  • latterly
  • next
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antonyms for subsequently

MOST RELEVANT
  • earlier
  • former
  • prior
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How to use subsequently in a sentence

This was before they had me and then subsequently my brother.
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Hopkins subsequently held numerous jobs for short periods of time, including as a nurse’s aide and as an employee at a fracking company in Texas, according to a Facebook profile.
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RESTAURANTSMcDonald's plans itsown meat alternativesFast-food giant McDonald’s on Monday decided to debut its own plant-based meat alternatives line called “McPlant” in 2021, including a patty that Beyond Meat subsequently said it helped co-create.
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There are countless stories of women not being taken seriously by male investors, and subsequently not being seen as a worthwhile investment opportunity.
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Sony Pictures Animation picked up the film in 2019, and then subsequently released it in theaters in tandem with Angry Birds 2.
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He was picked up by a British submarine and shortly was delivered to Utah Beach, where he subsequently participated in combat operations against Germany.
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All were subsequently provided or reinstated access to department resources.
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Jacques Herzog, one of the star architects, subsequently described the initial €77 million estimate as “absurdly low”—a common problem with publicly funded projects, which need political backing at the start.
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This is probably caused by the presence of fat in the muscles making them less efficient at doing their job—subsequently increasing inactivity and worsening muscular decline.
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In fact, there are many, from telcos to delivery services, doing well — and subsequently doing more marketing.
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WORDS RELATED TO SUBSEQUENTLY

  • appropriately
  • as a consequence
  • as a result
  • consequently
  • correspondingly
  • duly
  • equally
  • ergo
  • fitly
  • hence
  • in consequence
  • in respect to
  • in that event
  • properly
  • proportionately
  • respectively
  • resultantly
  • so
  • subsequently
  • suitably
  • then
  • therefore
  • thus
  • under the circumstances
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.