Definition of subsequently in English:


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  • After a particular thing has happened; afterward.

    ‘Mel's offhand remark subsequently became their rallying cry’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘Wilson was subsequently arrested because his fingerprints were found on one of the windows.’
    • ‘The man was subsequently lynched and thereafter Hammett believed he was living in a corrupt society.’
    • ‘I got there too late to stop that and subsequently got back too late for this.’
    • ‘Gibson, after whom that desert was subsequently named, was never heard of again.’
    • ‘He was landed off the coast of Clare by a German submarine and was subsequently arrested.’
    • ‘He was subsequently arrested by a heroic Garda and some members of the local community.’
    • ‘I subsequently found out everyone else stopped watching it at about the same time.’
    • ‘Again, the area of concern was subsequently notable for its total absence from my slumbering mind.’
    • ‘Herbert was arrested on the same day and subsequently charged with her murder.’
    • ‘Marina subsequently posed for a fetish magazine but was eventually reunited with her parents.’
    • ‘At the time she was single, but shortly afterwards, she met the man whom she subsequently married.’
    • ‘The man was taken by ambulance to York District Hospital, but was subsequently discharged.’
    • ‘Another allegation subsequently surfaced from the parent of a former pupil.’
    • ‘The Rat Pack also recommended him to their management company which subsequently signed him up.’
    • ‘He has subsequently become a master of artspeak and a sometimes socialist.’
    • ‘Much of the couple's efforts subsequently went on enabling their own family to emigrate to the West.’
    later, later on, at a later date, at some point in the future, at some time in the future, at a subsequent time, afterwards, in due course, following that, following this, eventually, then, next, by and by
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/ˈsəbsəkwəntlē/ /ˈsəbsəkwəntli/