Definition of whereafter in English:

whereafter

Syllabification: where·af·ter
Pronunciation: /ˌ(h)werˈaftər/

adverb

formal
After which: dinner was taken at a long wooden table, whereafter we sipped liqueurs in front of a roaring fire
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  • An Indigo Marriage is a marriage between a person and a concept, whereafter the person attempts to assert the legal validity of the marriage onto users, thinkers, or employers of that concept.
  • Unions held separate meetings on Sunday morning to consider the draft deal, whereafter they met in a joint caucus prior to the planned meeting.
  • Gallagher Estate is to house the parliament for its first five years, whereafter it would be housed at an as-yet undecided venue in Gauteng.

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