What is another word for thereinafter?

Pronunciation: [ðe͡əɹˈɪnaftə] (IPA)

Thereinafter is a legal term that refers to something that will come later in a document or agreement. Some synonyms for this term include subsequently, thereafter, later on, afterward, and thereafterward. These words are often used to indicate a chronological sequence of events, and they are commonly used in legal contracts, court orders, and other legal documents. Other synonyms for thereinafter include in the future, in the course of time, in due course, and at a later date. Using synonyms for thereinafter can help to make legal documents easier to read and understand by providing more clarity and precision.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Related words: thereafter, thereafter, thereafter

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