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  • noun Plural form of aftertime.

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Examples

  • In this verse God warns His ancient people that because they had (that is, in aftertimes would) moved Him to jealousy with their "no-gods," and provoked Him to anger with their vanities, He in requital would move them to jealousy by receiving into

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Now, as at other times, he put a comparative neglect upon his mother, which seemed purposely designed to obviate the prevent the extravagant respect which men in aftertimes would be apt to pay her.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)

  • I believe that the wildly left Pat Buchanon has been against the war from beforetimes and aftertimes.

    Firedoglake » Color Me Uninspired

  • Lacedaemonians, when often in aftertimes they made incursions into

    The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans

  • Indeed, Metternich himself in his own Memoirs often follows a good deal in the line of Bourrienne: among many formal attacks, every now and then he lapses into half involuntary and indirect praise of his great antagonist, especially where he compares the men he had to deal with in aftertimes with his former rapid and talented interlocutor.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Collection of Memoirs of Napoleon

  • But I suppose many persons, like me not precocious in the nursery or the school-room, but naturally fond, as I was passionately, of beautiful forms and colors, would be surprised, if they would try their baffled skill again in aftertimes, to find how much the years had been unwittingly preparing for them, in the way of facility and accuracy of outline and tint, while they supposed themselves to be exclusively occupied with other matters.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 18, No. 109, November, 1866

  • Not until people wished to communicate with those at a distance, or had thought out something worth handing down to aftertimes, did they need to write.

    Higher Lessons in English A work on english grammar and composition

  • Thou livest and shalt teach aftertimes to reverence the council of the Everlasting

    General Gordon Saint and Soldier

  • Had his natural endowments been even of the higher and nobler order of such as adhere to virtue, even in the lap of prosperity, and in the bosom of temptation, he might have lived and died a pattern of the nobility of France, to be classed, in aftertimes, with the Turennes and the Montausiers of the age of

    The World's Best Orations, Vol. 1 (of 10)

  • He now exhorts the faithful to remain steadfast in the belief and practice of what they had heard from the apostles, who had also foretold that in aftertimes

    The Bible, Douay-Rheims, Complete

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