the future , especially the world after death.
“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
Such imposture, Godwin argued, is as futile as the parallel use by religion of the pains and penalties of the afterworld.
Shelley, Godwin and Their Circle H. N. Brailsford
Ib, the queen of the afterworld, the goddess of deceased mortals, whose abode is down below the pillars of the world.
The Manbos of Mindano John M. Garvan
a world inhabited after death
the following a specified event: Often, in afteryears, I have regretted my hasty decision.
a delayed ; an that follows at some interval the stimulus that produces it. Medicine/Medical. a result appearing the first due to an agent, usually a drug, has gone. Contemporary Examples Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb was not an after-effect of the assault on Benghazi. In Defense of the Libyan Revolution Bernard-Henri Lévy January […]
noun See afterparty Contemporary Examples He threw the after-party at his then-home with his wife, the national security commentator Elise Jordan. Remembering Michael Hastings Ali Gharib June 19, 2013 On the opposite end of the spectrum, hotels pitch in-room cocktails as pre-party (or after-party) fuel. Hotels Lure High-End Clients With In-Room Cocktail Service Elyse Moody […]
for students and taking place after they finish their day in school, usually in the late afternoon: He’s looking for an afterschool job. Is there afterschool tutoring in math? Contemporary Examples Only rich kids with indulgent parents and poor kids with after-school jobs had their own cars. P.J. O’Rourke on Grabbing the Keys to Happiness […]