Later [adjective]

Definition of Later:

coming after

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Sentence/Example of Later:

Gideon later responded that Maine voters “want to know who their senator thinks should be leading us,” according to the Bangor Daily News.

He later had an on-demand company called Exec and previously a calendar app called Kiko, both of which sold for small amounts.

The changes will impact those who had helped lead groups that were later banned and members who participated in them.

He later extended the restrictions to the United Kingdom and Ireland.

People added later didn’t have the opportunity to challenge their inclusion because the hearing took place long before they were added to it.

In Senate and presidential races, we use only the ensemble of Party-Oriented Models to make our model-based predictions, which are later merged with polls to make our final prediction.

Vitrenko, who later led the negotiations with Energy Transfer, says they discussed an American investment of as much as $3 billion.

Howie didn’t learn about it until later, but said he was fine with it.

It works with Safari on the web and read-it-later services such as Pocket and Instapaper, and it’s free to try.

Bessires was included because he would never win it at any later date, but his doglike devotion made him a priceless subordinate.