(US also epilog)
A section or speech at the end of a book or play that serves as a comment on or a conclusion to what has happened: figurative a disastrous epilogue to the rest of his career
More example sentences
- I always had an epilogue to the book, but originally it was my own epilogue.
- It serves as the epilogue to one of the theologically most profound writings of the New Testament.
- Well, I've got seven more chapters and an epilogue to write.
late Middle English: from French épilogue, via Latin from Greek epilogos, from epi 'in addition' + logos 'speech'.