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subsequently

Line breaks: sub|se¦quent¦ly
Pronunciation: /ˈsʌbsɪkwəntli
 
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Definition of subsequently in English:

adverb

After a particular thing has happened; afterwards: many of the Scots who voted for Union subsequently changed their minds
More example sentences
  • She then left her and took a taxi but was arrested when it was subsequently stopped by police.
  • Why he was not arrested when he subsequently visited the USA he cannot explain.
  • A man in his twenties was subsequently arrested and the other was released on bail due to medical reasons.
Synonyms
later, later on, at a later date, at some time/point in the future, at a subsequent time, afterwards, in due course, following this/that, eventually, then, next, by and by
informal after a bit

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