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  • adverb obsolete afterwards

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Examples

  • "It's all love befo 'marriage an' all shortenin 'arterwards," observed Betsey

    The Miller of Old Church

  • "Ask 'im - arterwards!" says the first, gesturing at me, and they both laughed uproariously.

    Fiancée

  • No, — for says he, in his drunken way, he slipped it into a crack in his own desk, because you came into the office before there was time to burn it, and could never get back to it arterwards.

    A Message from the Sea

  • But, the House was so dismal arterwards, that I giv it up, and took to the Wan again.

    Going into Society

  • But, the House was so dismal arterwards, that I giv it up, and took to the Wan again.

    A House to Let

  • No, — for says he, in his drunken way, he slipped it into a crack in his own desk, because you came into the office before there was time to burn it, and could never get back to it arterwards.

    A Message from the Sea

  • If I answer in that tune, you sheer off, my lad, and come back four – and – twenty hours arterwards; if I answer in another tune, do you stand off and on, and wait till I throw out further signals.

    Dombey and Son

  • Secretary of State for the Home Department, and throw in the honour of putting my legs under his mahogany arterwards.

    Doctor Marigold

  • But, the House was so dismal arterwards, that I giv it up, and took to the Wan again.

    Going into Society

  • ‘And leave off his evil ways, and set up in the chandlery line arterwards,’ said the housemaid.

    The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club

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