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  • He had a strong influence on his son during the latter's youth.
  • The latter two together supply the left side of the same regions.
  • The meeting was not held due to the latter's ill health.
  • Therefore there was no need to change the latter's name.
  • If it is the latter it may be either on-call or scheduled.
  • The latter was therefore also called the rest field.
  • It is thought the latter may remain from an episode of language shift.
  • The latter is rough-looking material and remains of the original plant are still visible.
  • The latter was held close to the eye, the former in the other hand, perhaps at arms length.
  • The latter is named after a sub-region, and the others after their main villages.
  • The latter two are open to the public.
  • Some of the latter are studied in non-standard analysis.
  • Each man was bound to serve his superior in return for the latter's protection.
  • For the latter, his contract allowed him to produce his films without a set release schedule.
  • After the latter's wife was shot, fighting broke out.
  • Variations in the construction process often occur in the latter two parts of this process.
  • Thus he puts into the latter's mouth what he would have thought him to say.
  • The latter two were very heavy vehicles and were built only in small quantities.
  • Nevertheless, for the latter, only a few have been described.
  • In English law, the latter is always considered a crime, even in the most trying circumstances.
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Synonyms of latter

Meaning of latter

  • noun The second of two or the second mentioned of two
    Tom and Dick were both heroes but only the latter is remembered today
  • adjective Referring to the second of two things or persons mentioned (or the last one or ones of several)
    in the latter case