thereafter

All Adverb
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  • The first call-up period was for three months, with one month a year thereafter.
  • Each year thereafter the production date has been pushed back another year.
  • Only a small area in the city continued to be occupied thereafter.
  • Thereafter he found he could make a good living out of winning tournaments.
  • Thereafter a fire destroyed much of the business district and many homes.
  • The now-adult brother moved in with his birth family shortly thereafter.
  • He was released from the company on two separate occasions, but returned shortly thereafter.
  • Private investment began to fall, and the whole economy followed it down shortly thereafter.
  • He had previously been arrested and died in prison shortly thereafter.
  • He married his first wife, who died soon thereafter.
  • They planned to release three titles at launch, and two or three per month thereafter.
  • The lights thereafter appeared above the church as well and were seen by thousands of people.
  • The young are able to walk after two days and can swim well shortly thereafter.
  • Thereafter, major elements of these policies are incorporated into the five-year economic development plan.
  • They were obliged to follow German time during the war, and kept it thereafter.
  • Thereafter the regiment came under the War Office along with the rest of the army.
  • However the work was lost, while being reviewed, never to be found thereafter.
  • Shortly thereafter, they set off with a small group of followers for Europe.
  • It was translated into French soon after his death, and thereafter into numerous other languages.
  • She became his girlfriend shortly thereafter and began acting in his films.
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Synonyms of thereafter

Meaning of thereafter

  • adverb From that time on
    thereafter he never called again