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Preposition
In the time following
“The guests headed to the hall for the reception after the wedding ceremony.”
Preposition
At the rear of
“His loyal pet dog walked closely after him.”
Preposition
As a result of
“Jon Snow detested Ramsay Bolton after the way he had treated Sansa.”
Preposition
In the face of
“He was still feeling hungry after having eaten plenty of food already.”
Preposition
In pursuit of
“The police chased after the suspect who was attempting to evade them.”
Preposition
In search or quest of
“I'm after a good bottle of red wine to savor with friends during my dinner tonight.”
Preposition
Following in order or importance
“Her favorite singer after Justin Bieber is Drake.”
Preposition
With regard to
“We made queries after the case at hand hoping to get an update on the situation.”
Preposition
In honor of
“The mayor of Chicago would name a street in his city after Oprah Winfrey.”
Preposition
In the style of
“He fashioned his funky dance moves after James Brown.”
Preposition
Taking into consideration
After our last disaster, we need to take proper precautions this time around.”
Preposition
At or to the further side of
Preposition
Being followed by another so as to form a series
Preposition
Over a period of time
Preposition
Expressing the length of time before a future event is expected to happen
Preposition
On or after
Preposition
Together with
Adverb
Later or following in time
“He had an operation, and during the days after, he would begin to feel much better.”
Adverb
At the back
“Having spotted their suspect, the undercover detectives followed after inconspicuously.”
Adverb
(what with, idiomatic) As a consequence of
Conjunction
As soon as
“The other girls would start gossiping about her after she left the room.”
Adjective
(dated) Occurring at a later time or period
more ❯
“I did verily believe in my own mind but my after experience convinced me that this was all a notion.”
Adjective
(nautical) At or towards the stern of a ship
“The after gun is abaft the forward gun.”
Adjective
Lower in position
Verb
Desiring or being on the lookout for (something)
more ❯
Verb
On the lookout for
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