Afterlife [noun]

Definition of Afterlife:

life after death

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Sentence/Example of Afterlife:

This was so that in the afterlife, the dead could see and communicate with the living.

And perhaps it was to a certain remorse in the tutor's mind that Elsmere owed an experience of great importance to his afterlife.

Why refuse a bit of sweetness to a tiny infant, perhaps destined to taste little of it in afterlife?

The tone that colours our afterlife is often caught in these chance colloquies, and the bent given that shapes a career.

He was placed there when about fourteen years old, and appears to have been educated to his own satisfaction in afterlife.

Before that 'gold net thrown over all,' all the mistakes of his afterlife seem to me to grow almost insignificant.

It was one of those rash friendships that so often prove an incubus in afterlife.

Why did the thought of death, the afterlife, seem so sweet and consoling?

The dogmatism of his precocious boyhood never left him in afterlife.

He reads The Vestiges of Creation, and in afterlife is amazed to find half the world fighting the ancient theory of evolution.