Definition of Aftertimes

1. Noun. (plural of aftertime) ¹



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Definition of Aftertimes

1. aftertime [n] - See also: aftertime

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aftertimes

aftershocks
aftershow
afterslip
afterslips
aftersound
aftersun
aftertale
aftertales
aftertaste
aftertastes
aftertax
afterthink
afterthought
afterthoughts
aftertime
aftertimes (current term)
aftertouch
aftertouches
afterwar
afterward
afterwardness
afterwards
afterwardsness
afterwise
afterwit
afterwitted
afterword
afterwords
afterworld
afterworlds

Literary usage of Aftertimes

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1. Explanatory notes and comments on the New Testament by Edward Ash (1849)
"... by his manner of speaking, any pretext for that superstitious and idolatrous reverence with which his mother came to be regarded in aftertimes. ..."

2. A Mythological, Etymological, and Historical Dictionary by William Holwell, Jacob Bryant (1793)
"... and Cesium: I fay, in aftertimes; for they originally called it Co-El, and Co-Il, ... in aftertimes was made a deity: hence there are ..."

3. The History of Greece by William Mitford (1795)
"SECTION '* In aftertimes report ... which the orators of aftertimes found in flattering • the Athenian multitude. ..."

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