Afterward (adverb)

  1. At a later time; subsequently.
  2. In the future; subsequently.

Origin:

Middle english: from the adverb afterwards + -ward.

Examples:

  1. Afterward, we went out for dinner.
  2. I'll call you afterward.
  3. We talked about it afterward.
  4. I will give you an update afterward.
  5. He apologized afterward for his behavior.
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