afterward

Afterward vs Latter - What's the difference?

afterward | latter |


As an adverb afterward

is (us) subsequently to some other action.

As an adjective latter is

relating to or being the second of two items.

Backward vs Afterward - What's the difference?

backward | afterward |


As adverbs the difference between backward and afterward

is that backward is (of motion) in the direction towards the back; backwards while afterward is (us) subsequently to some other action.

As an adjective backward

is (of motion) pertaining to the direction towards the back.

As a noun backward

is the state behind or past.

Afterward vs Lateron - What's the difference?

afterward | lateron |


As an adverb afterward

is (us) subsequently to some other action.

As a noun lateron is

(eo-form of).

Afterwar vs Afterward - What's the difference?

afterwar | afterward |


As an adjective afterwar

is following a war.

As an adverb afterward is

(us) subsequently to some other action.

Outward vs Afterward - What's the difference?

outward | afterward |


As adverbs the difference between outward and afterward

is that outward is towards the outside; away from the centre while afterward is (us) subsequently to some other action.

As an adjective outward

is outer; located towards the outside.

As a verb outward

is (obsolete|rare) to ward off; to keep out.

Taxonomy vs Afterward - What's the difference?

taxonomy | afterward |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adverb afterward is

(us) subsequently to some other action.

Afterward vs Afterthat - What's the difference?

afterward | afterthat |

Afterward vs Postexistent - What's the difference?

afterward | postexistent |


As an adverb afterward

is (us) subsequently to some other action.

As an adjective postexistent is

existing or living afterward.

Thereafter vs Afterward - What's the difference?

thereafter | afterward |


As adverbs the difference between thereafter and afterward

is that thereafter is after that, from then on while afterward is (us) subsequently to some other action.

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