afterward

Afterward vs Before - What's the difference?

afterward | before |


As adverbs the difference between afterward and before

is that afterward is (us) subsequently to some other action while before is at an earlier time.

As a preposition before is

earlier than (in time).

As a conjunction before is

in advance of the time when.

Toward vs Afterward - What's the difference?

toward | afterward |


As a preposition toward

is in the direction of.

As an adjective toward

is (obsolete) future; to come.

As an adverb afterward is

(us) subsequently to some other action.

Henceforth vs Afterward - What's the difference?

henceforth | afterward |


As adverbs the difference between henceforth and afterward

is that henceforth is (formal) from now on; from this time on while afterward is (us) subsequently to some other action.

Next vs Afterward - What's the difference?

next | afterward |


As adverbs the difference between next and afterward

is that next is in a time, place or sequence closest or following while afterward is (us) subsequently to some other action.

As an adjective next

is following in a sequence.

As a determiner next

is the one immediately following the current or most recent one.

As a preposition next

is on the side of; next to.

As a noun next

is the one that follows after this one.

Afterward vs Shortly - What's the difference?

afterward | shortly |


As adverbs the difference between afterward and shortly

is that afterward is (us) subsequently to some other action while shortly is in a short or brief time or manner; soon; quickly.

Beforehand vs Afterward - What's the difference?

beforehand | afterward |


As adverbs the difference between beforehand and afterward

is that beforehand is at an earlier or preceding time while afterward is (us) subsequently to some other action.

As an adjective beforehand

is (obsolete) in comfortable circumstances as regards property; forehanded.

Aftermath vs Afterward - What's the difference?

aftermath | afterward |


As a noun aftermath

is (obsolete|or farmers' jargon) a second mowing; the grass which grows after the first crop of hay in the same season.

As an adverb afterward is

(us) subsequently to some other action.

Therefore vs Afterward - What's the difference?

therefore | afterward |


As adverbs the difference between therefore and afterward

is that therefore is (conjunctive) for that or this purpose, referring to something previously stated while afterward is (us) subsequently to some other action.

Subsequent vs Afterward - What's the difference?

subsequent | afterward |


As an adjective subsequent

is subsequent.

As an adverb afterward is

(us) subsequently to some other action.

Afterward vs Forward - What's the difference?

afterward | forward |


As adverbs the difference between afterward and forward

is that afterward is (us) subsequently to some other action while forward is towards the front or from the front.

As a noun forward is

(dialectal|or|obsolete) agreement; covenant or forward can be (rugby) one of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back).

As an adjective forward is

toward the front or at the front.

As a verb forward is

to advance, promote.

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