Hereafter [adverb]

Definition of Hereafter:

from now on

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Sentence/Example of Hereafter:

But where there is no existing relation between the words or ideas, it is a case for Synthesis, to be taught hereafter.

In such cases, Synthesis, which is taught hereafter, develops an indirect relation.

Nor shall we do more hereafter if you do my pleasure now and give this Monsieur de Garnache the answer that I bid you.

Synthesis will be sometimes hereafter resorted to to connect in our minds an event to its date.

Subject to the exceptions hereafter named, all dates and numbers should be exactly expressed in the date or number words.

The rules hereafter given must be carefully studied and every example painstakingly examined.

There are two varieties, at least, known as non-burning tobacco, of which we shall speak hereafter.

The greater part of the work which it does, as we shall see hereafter, is done through the waters which it impels and bears about.

I inquire how I may be happy hereafter—but happiness is not a scientific term, and she cannot even tell me how to be happy here!

The walls and ceiling were often covered with fresco paintings, frequently of elegant design, to be hereafter described.