ulteriorly

[ uhl-teer-ee-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF ulteriorly
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WORD ORIGIN

1640s, from Latin ulterior "more distant, further," comparative of *ulter "beyond" (see ultra-). The sense in ulterior motives is first attested 1735.

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