[ adverb ] happening at a time subsequent to a reference time
"he apologized subsequently" "he's going to the store but he'll be back here later" "it didn't happen until afterward" "two hours after that"
Used in print(Norman Kent, "The Watercolor Art of Roy M. Mason"...)
But it did teach Roy the basic techniques of commercial_art , and later , for twelve years , he and his sister Nina conducted an advertising art studio in Philadelphia .(Bern Dibner, "Oerstad and the Discovery of Electro...)
Other brothers later joined them for instruction with Oldenburg , the wigmaker , and also arithmetic was added to Bible reading , German , and Danish in the informal curriculum .
So impressive were those serious years of study at the university that Hans later wrote , `` to be perfectly free , the young man must revel in the great kingdom of thought and imagination ; there is a struggle there , in which , if he falls , it is easy for him to rise again , there is freedom of utterance there , which draws after it no irreparable consequences on society .
He proposed a fresh theory of alkalis which later was accepted in chemical practices .(Harold Rosenberg, "The Trial and Eichmann"...)
Do patriots everywhere know enough about how the persecution of the Jews in Germany and later in the occupied countries contributed to terrorizing the populations , splitting apart individuals and groups , arousing the meanest and most dishonest impulses , pulverizing trust and personal dignity , and finally forcing people to follow their masters into the abyss by making them partners in unspeakable crimes ?
[ adverb ] at some eventual time in the future
"By and by he'll understand" "I'll see you later"
Used in print(The Dallas Morning News,...)
A House committee which heard his local_option proposal is expected to give it a favorable report , although the resolution faces hard_sledding later .(Jay C. Harris and John R. Van Wazer, "Detergent...)
It does not consider the kinetic effects of the phosphate builders on sorption desorption phenomena which will be discussed later ( see pp. 1746 - 1748 ) .(S. Idell Pyle, et al., Onsets, Completions, and...)
Third , the process of calcification is seen to begin later and to continue much longer for these boys than for the girls , a fact which confirms data for other groups of children .(Brand Blanshard, "The Emotive Theory," Robert...)
Indeed we should say , on_the_contrary , that the accident of our later discovery made no difference whatever to the badness of the animal 's pain , that it would have been every whit as bad whether a chance passer-by happened later to discover the body and feel repugnance or not .(William S. Haymond, "Is Distance an Original...)
Quite naturally , they make the investigation , first , by prohibiting the patient from making any movements at_all and_then , later , by repeating it and allowing the patient to move in any way he wanted to .
[ adjective ] coming at a subsequent time or stage
"the future president entered college at the age of 16" "awaiting future actions on the bill" "later developments" "without ulterior argument"
Used in print(Jaroslav Pelikan, The Shape of Death: life, death and...)
There is no justification for systematizing the random statements of Irenaeus about the image of God beyond this , nor for reading into his imprecise usage the later theological distinction between the image of God ( humanity ) and the similitude of God ( immortality ) .(Howard Nemerov, "Themes and Methods: The Early...)
When I try to work_out my reasons for feeling that this passage is of critical significance , I come_up with the following ideas , which I shall express very briefly here and revert to in a later essay .(S. Idell Pyle, et al., Onsets, Completions, and...)
The Maturity Chart for each sex demonstrates clearly that Onset is a phenomenon of infancy and early_childhood whereas Completion is a phenomenon of the later portion of adolescence .(A. N. Nagaraj and L. M. Black, "Localization of...)
The sections were mounted on cold slides smeared with Haupts ' adhesive ( Johansen , 1940 ) in earlier experiments , and in later experiments with a different mixture of the same components reported by Schramm and Rottger ( 1959 ) .
In later experiments , * * f and * * f were prepared by conjugating 8 mg of FITC per gram of globulin .
[ adjective ] more advanced in time or nearer to the end in a sequence
"these latter days" "the latter (or last) part of the book" "latter (or later) part of the 18th century"
Used in print(Frieda Arkin, "The Light of the Sea," in The...)
She thought again of her children , those two who had died young , before the later science which might have saved them could attach even a label to their separate malignancies .
[ adverb ] comparative of the adverb `late'
"he stayed later than you did"