How does this change relate temporally to your having read. A clerk observes his employer's directions. Some of these cookies will send your data to our advertising partners. And, how does this change in attitude relate to your having read Eat, Pray, Love? All-terrain vehicle first recorded 1968. After you as an expression in yielding precedence is recorded by 1650. We've listed any clues from our database that match your search. From the Oxford dictionary : - as an adjective Close to the actual, but not completely accurate or exact.
We try to review as many of these votes as possible to make sure we have the right answers. Elsewhere as far as and as high as are generally used: This is as far as the bus goes. Regards, The Crossword Solver Team If you have a moment, please use the voting buttons green and red arrows near the top of the page to let us know if we're helping with this clue. Typically things are said to be janus if they are antonyms or are ambivalent. You can cure the ambiguity by adding the word temporally. What comes after primary, secondary, tertiary?. Janus was a Roman god of many contradicting things and transitions.
A servant follows or attends his master; a victorious general may follow the retiring enemy merely to watch and hold him in check; he chases or pursues with intent to overtake and attack; the chase is closer and hotter than the pursuit. There will also be a list of synonyms for your answer. The sequentially you thought of suggests a particular order. We've arranged the synonyms in length order so that they are easier to find. There's no word relating to the number eleven but there is one that relates to the number twelve: duodenary.
All right, indicative of approval, is attested from 1953. One event may follow another either with or without special connection; if it ensues, there is some orderly connection; as, the ensuing year; if it results from another, there is some relation of effect, consequence, or inference. We hope that you find the site useful. You can complete the list of synonyms of what comes after given by the English Thesaurus dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster. A child obeys his parent's commands, follows or copies his example, imitates his speech and manners. The two usages are pronounced differently, the first giving stress to the word after and the second to the word all.
Also see when all is said and done. But, I think it sounds clunky, and is likely unnecessary unless you need to make it absolutely clear. From the thesaurus we have Before- afore, aforetime, ahead, ante, antecedently, anteriorly, back, before present, ere, fore, former, formerly, forward, gone, gone by, here to fore, in advance, in days of yore in front, in old days, in the past, past, precendently, previous, previously, since, sooner, up to now After-afterwards, back, back of, behind, below, ensuing, hind, hindmost, in the rear, later, next, posterior, postliminary, rear, subsequential, subsequently, suceeding, thereafter mix and match at your own convenience. Search what comes after and thousands of other words in English definition and synonym dictionary from Reverso. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the , please. If your word has any anagrams, they'll be listed too along with a definition for the word if we have one.
Both date from the early 1700s. The compositor follows copy; the incoming succeeds the outgoing official. The sequence continues with quaternary, quinary, senary, septenary, octonary, nonary, and denary, although most of these terms are rarely used. That's as high as she can jump. That's all the higher she can jump. Although some object to the inclusion of of in such phrases as all of the students and all of the contracts and prefer to omit it, the construction is entirely standard. If you don't care whether it's B, C, A, or any other order - or if there's no meaningful way to even distinguish between the different things - then consecutively would be better.
Expressions like all the farther and all the higher occur chiefly in informal speech: This is all the farther the bus goes. Consecutively is for one after the other in contrast concurrently for all at the same time. If a particular answer is generating a lot of interest on the site today, it may be highlighted in orange. If you would like to suggest a new answer or even a completely new clue please feel free to use the. Old Frisian, Old High German al, Old Norse allr, Gothic alls , with no certain connection outside Germanic. To learn more, see our.
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