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.
Recent Examples of later from the Web
Her greetings to every guest, as always, were as warm as her support for company members, so particularly lauded later in the program.
In recent decades, Wilson exhibited her work primarily at the John Davis Gallery in New York City and later in Hudson, New York, where the gallery relocated.
As for the rest of the guest list, especially the names of the 600 who will be in the chapel and at the reception later in the castle, that remains a secret for now.
On a more somber note, perhaps, Morgan’s son and other bank executives later claimed that Untermyer’s inquisition led to his father’s death just a few months later in March 1913.
Barremaecker is yet to make an appearance for the France national side, or make that move into the top division, but Koscielny is a good example of someone who didn't make it at the top until a little later in his career.
That’s good for a lot of reasons, including that she is scheduled to show her work at a galleries in Seattle (May), Chicago (September) and in Austin, Texas, later in the year.
Killeya-Jones logged double-digit minutes in 20 of UK's first 22 games this season but saw his role decrease dramatically later in February despite a prolonged slump from starting five-man Nick Richards.
The series does this by tracking Kennedy’s reputation and early image while working with Roy Cohn and Joe McCarthy, then as his brother’s attorney general, and later in his capacity as a vocal promoter of civil rights and progressive ideals.
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Origin and Etymology of -later
LATER Defined for English Language Learners
: at a time in the future : at a time following an earlier time
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