All Noun
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  • Her son is now free to pass on to the Afterlife with her husband.
  • They promised to die together and help each other through the afterlife.
  • Before Spanish influence, there may not have been a common idea of the afterlife.
  • Many seem to have believed that an afterlife would be available only to those who lived to see the kingdom.
  • He agreed to this as he wanted to move on to the afterlife.
  • Because she does not believe in an afterlife, she finds it impossible that he could be her dead husband.
  • There are two main regions of the afterlife within the game's setting.
  • Like most god games, Afterlife is open-ended and does not have set conditions for winning the game.
  • If these raids get out of hand, the entire afterlife could be destroyed.
  • In Chinese culture, it is believed that people still need all of those things in the afterlife.
  • A later part of the story takes place in the afterlife.
  • Uncle Ben is seen one last time meeting Peter in the afterlife after his death.
  • This means that in the afterlife they and their family will be together forever.
  • Sloane has appeared after his death in the afterlife and via time travel.
  • The belief in some sort of afterlife is a great relief for her.
  • This is not the intended way the afterlife should operate, according to the characters.
  • People who believe in an afterlife tend to live longer physical lives -- that's just one example.
  • So, if a person has lived a good life, they will be rewarded in the afterlife.
  • After you assist her spirit, she joins her husband's spirit in the afterlife.
  • Bai does not know whether he is indeed living real life or is already in the afterlife.
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Meaning of afterlife

  • noun Life after death