subsequently

Subsequently vs Meanwhile - What's the difference?

subsequently | meanwhile |


As adverbs the difference between subsequently and meanwhile

is that subsequently is following, afterwards in either time or place while meanwhile is during the time (that something is happening).

As a noun meanwhile is

the time between two events.

Belated vs Subsequently - What's the difference?

belated | subsequently |


As a verb belated

is (belate).

As an adjective belated

is later in relation to the proper time something should have happened.

As an adverb subsequently is

following, afterwards in either time or place.

Subsequently vs While - What's the difference?

subsequently | while |


As an adverb subsequently

is following, afterwards in either time or place.

As a noun while is

an uncertain duration of time, a period of time.

As a conjunction while is

during the same time that.

As a verb while is

to pass (time) idly.

Subsequently vs Finally - What's the difference?

subsequently | finally |


As adverbs the difference between subsequently and finally

is that subsequently is following, afterwards in either time or place while finally is at the end or conclusion; ultimately.

Hereinafter vs Subsequently - What's the difference?

hereinafter | subsequently |


As adverbs the difference between hereinafter and subsequently

is that hereinafter is in the parts of this document, statement, or book that follow; after this while subsequently is following, afterwards in either time or place.

Further vs Subsequently - What's the difference?

further | subsequently |


As adverbs the difference between further and subsequently

is that further is while subsequently is following, afterwards in either time or place.

As a verb further

is to encourage growth.

As an adjective further

is (far); of or pertaining to being distant, or of greater distance in degree or of extension in time.

Consequence vs Subsequently - What's the difference?

consequence | subsequently |


As a noun consequence

is consequence.

As an adverb subsequently is

following, afterwards in either time or place.

Subsequently vs Lastly - What's the difference?

subsequently | lastly |


As adverbs the difference between subsequently and lastly

is that subsequently is following, afterwards in either time or place while lastly is (sequence).

However vs Subsequently - What's the difference?

however | subsequently |


As adverbs the difference between however and subsequently

is that however is (lb) nevertheless, nonetheless, even so, that said, in spite of this while subsequently is following, afterwards in either time or place.

As a conjunction however

is in whatever manner (that).

Sequential vs Subsequently - What's the difference?

sequential | subsequently |


As an adjective sequential

is succeeding or following in order.

As an adverb subsequently is

following, afterwards in either time or place.

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