Examples of later in a Sentence
I'll talk to you again later.
They later regretted the decision.
She returned several weeks later.
I saw him again later that morning.
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend everyone six months and older get a flu vaccine every year, by the end of October if possible, though later is also okay.
The doctor reappears later, when Gray is a guest at the chateau of the now-deceased old man, who has left two daughters, one already a vampire’s victim, the other imperiled.
More than two years later, and less than five minutes into an interview, his father’s grief was still quick to surface.
A few minutes later another alarm sounded, and the screens warned that four more U.S. ICBMs were rocketing toward Russia.
Police said Saipov rented the truck at about 2 p.m. in New Jersey, entering the bike path about an hour later on West Street a few blocks from the new World Trade Center, the site of the deadliest terror attack in U.S. history.
Stuart Stefan got in on the action on another powerplay score seven minutes later.
If the plan is to not throw for up to three months, as Rapoport says, there really is no reason for Luck to not undergo arthroscopic surgery — and probably sooner than later.
Essence notes that the St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church is a predominantly black church, and the suspect was later identified as a 15-year-old white male.
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Synonymsafterward (or afterwards), after, latterly, subsequently, thereafter
Antonymsafore [chiefly dialect], ahead, antecedently, anteriorly, before, beforehand, earlier, previously
Related Wordsnext; by and by, hereafter, presently, since, soon, then, thereupon; hereinbelow, infra
Near Antonymsformerly; heretofore, theretofore
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