“I think he has a nice philosophical plan for the fiscal hereafter, two or three decades down the road,” Stockman sniffed.
In his City of God, Augustine was quite clear that in the hereafter humans would no longer need bathroom breaks.
It combined the rambling, torturous pace of J. Edgar, the oddball clairvoyance of hereafter, and … that line from Dirty Harry.
My dear, you must console yourself with the thought that she'll probably frizzle for it hereafter.
He made up his mind that hereafter he would stay close to home.
If hereafter you learn to know that Doctor Grim was a bad man, forgive him, and be a better one yourself.
He was in their way, too; had been all along, and would be hereafter.
Triumph, Harmachis, and in glory thou shalt go—in glory here and hereafter!
And to that it will come; for hereafter is long—longer than this story.
On the practice of giving sobriquets, so common at headquarters, much remains to be said hereafter.