Then—in the aftertime—our educational efforts will not be wasted and misdirected, as they are almost wholly to-day.
The Eugenic Marriage, Volume I. (of IV.) W. Grant Hague, M.D.
Fraternal initiations and their equivalents in the aftertime.
The Thirteenth James J. Walsh
Here also, in aftertime, the final interview between Florence and Edith took place.
Rambles in Dickens’ Land Robert Allbut
The soul of the great epic, like the chief, Conquers in aftertime on fields unknown.
The Lay of the Cid R. Selden Rose
It was his refuge in that aftertime, in which a subsiding grief often leaves a deeper sense of isolation.
Life and Letters of Robert Browning Mrs. Sutherland Orr
It was not easy to decide that doubt at the moment—and it proved to be equally difficult to throw any light on it at an aftertime.
The New Magdalen Wilkie Collins
a chemical to which a fabric is subjected immediately being dyed, for increasing the fastness of the color.
a concluding section, commentary, etc., as of a book, treatise, or the like; closing statement. Contemporary Examples Music journalist Joel Selwin annotates, with a preface by Donovan, a foreword by Jorma Kaukonen, and an afterword by John Poppy. The Best Coffee Table Books of 2014 Robert Birnbaum December 12, 2014 “afterword” from Fast Food Nation: […]
outside work hours; taking place or done after one’s regular job is finished.
the future , especially the world after death. Contemporary Examples “Hell exists and it is not in the afterworld,” Father Patriciello told The Daily Beast. The Mafia Plants Death in Italy’s Land of Mozzarella Barbie Latza Nadeau March 19, 2014 Historical Examples Such imposture, Godwin argued, is as futile as the parallel use by religion […]