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at a later or subsequent time; subsequently.
Contemporary Examples

afterwards she went back to dancing for a few hours in her free public area to make sure her many regulars could see her.
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“We were fortunate,” said German coach Rudi Voller afterwards.
USA vs. Germany World Cup Primer: Everything You Need to Know About the Epic Showdown Marlow Stern June 25, 2014

He also defended his decision Thursday not to address the public during the shutdown or afterwards.
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After all, this story has nothing to do with the claim that women have consensual sex and “cry rape” afterwards.
Conor Oberst and the Myth of the Woman Who Cried Rape Amanda Marcotte July 14, 2014

That’s something the Romney campaign needs to plan for in advance, not complain about afterwards.
Yes, The Debate Moderator Screwed Up. That’s Life. Megan McArdle October 16, 2012

Historical Examples

Conroy said so afterwards and Babberly entirely agreed with him.
The Red Hand of Ulster George A. Birmingham

The 58lady afterwards detained him with her as the auditor of her accounts.
The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. in Nine Volumes Samuel Johnson

afterwards the officer’s horse fell with him so that he bruised his head on a stone.
Beasts, Men and Gods Ferdinand Ossendowski

Mr Grey found it really impossible to leave his family, as he afterwards said.
Deerbrook Harriet Martineau

afterwards they went to my room at the end of the corridor and thoroughly searched it.
The Golden Face William Le Queux

after an earlier event or time; subsequently

c.1300, from afterward (q.v.) + adverbial genitive -s; originally a Northern form.

Old English æftanweard, from æftan “after” (see aft) + -weard suffix indicating direction (see -ward); nautical use as aftward, then expanded by influence of after; variant afterwards shows adverbial genitive.


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