afterday

noun af·ter·day \ˈaf-tər-ˌdā\

Definition of afterday

  1. :  a later day or period in this afterday these encounters and developments … appear to have made astonishingly little impression — A. B. Guthrie —often used in plural he was known for his good works in his afterdays

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Origin and Etymology of afterday

after- + 1day


First Known Use: 1557


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