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whereafter

/ ˌwɛərˈɑːftə /

sentence connector

  1. archaic.
    after which


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At Stockholm Issy had found a friend, who forwarded them carriage paid to the capital, whereafter things went well.

Whereafter, they took turns and kept the frightened beasts on a breathless trot up the heartbreaking grades.

Gallant knights a thousand / first he ferried o'er, Whereafter came his own men.

Whereafter the host tapped the bell twice and 'Tonio reappeared with a tray of fresh glasses.

"It shall be done, sir," said the butler with a shade of hesitation; whereafter he departed with creaking boots.

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whereaboutsWhere are the snows of yesteryear?