What is another word for thereafter?

Pronunciation: [ðe͡əɹˈaftə] (IPA)

There are numerous synonyms for the word "thereafter" that can be used in writing and conversation. Some common alternatives include "afterward," "subsequently," "following," "later on," "next," "then," "henceforth," and "from then on." Each of these synonyms provides different connotations and nuances to the meaning of the word. "Subsequently" suggests a chronological order while "henceforth" implies a permanent change. "Afterward" and "later on" are similar in meaning, but "next" and "then" stress the occurrence of an event in a sequence. Based on the context in which the word is used, one of these synonyms can be chosen to effectively communicate the intended meaning.

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What are the hypernyms for Thereafter?

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What are the opposite words for thereafter?

"Thereafter" refers to something happening afterward, or at a later time. Its antonyms could include "previously," "beforehand," "earlier," "formerly," or "preliminary." These words indicate that something happened or occurred before a particular event or time. Additionally, antonyms for "thereafter" could include "immediately," "at once," "right away," or "instantly." These words indicate a shorter span of time between two events. Using antonyms for "thereafter" can add specificity and clarity to your writing, enabling your readers to better understand the sequence of events you are describing.

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Usage examples for Thereafter

The evening brought a clear sunset, and during the next day the snow melted and soon was gone, and a breeze sprang up and the clouds drifted away, and for several days thereafter the weather continued clear and dry.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
thereafter he kept his eyes fixed on his son, as he struggled with the throng packed closely around him and shouting now his name.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
Each day thereafter, from morning until morning there was a continuous rush of excitement; at no time, until I fled from it, did I get more than four hours' sleep at night-disturbed sleep at that.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Thereafter

  • We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.
    Winston Churchill
  • Usually, in the studio, on this sort of thing... you just go out and have a play over it, and see what comes, and it's usually - mostly - the first take that's the best one, and you find yourself repeating yourself thereafter.
    David Gilmour
  • The President is of opinion that if Japan makes a treaty with the United States, all other foreign countries will make the same kind of a treaty, and Japan will be safe thereafter.
    Townsend Harris
  • There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter.
    Ernest Hemingway
  • Yeah, I did some small parts in high school and the first year of college and then fairly soon thereafter I settled into the backstage scenery, and then at the University of Maryland I was doing posters for their productions.
    Jim Henson

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