Definition: following in time or order; later
Definition: following in time or order; later
Sentences Containing 'subsequent'
Yes, and the subsequent watches were much like it, during a stretch of months.
When that is obtained, there is no difficulty in making any subsequent purchase.
By a subsequent statute, the master suffers six months imprisonment.
These proved to be a highly successful innovation and they have been used on all subsequent tracklaying.
The canopy imitated cloth in bronze, as did many subsequent imitations.
This, and her subsequent books, have been published in both Hebrew and English.
The Communist oath issue and subsequent court rulings.
This spurred a public debate about the incident; and subsequent debate in Parliament.
In subsequent media coverage, the verdict was criticized as an injustice.
This suggestion was, however, not supported by a subsequent reanalysis of his data.
Rasmussen also announced it would include Sarvis in subsequent surveys.
The first one is a giant collision and subsequent reaccretion in the disc.
The companies parted ways, and IBM took over all of subsequent development.
During Ultravox's subsequent hiatus, Currie dedicated himself to different projects.
Subsequent events soon brought Girard back into cabinet.
The BBC subsequently acknowledged the controversy in a subsequent programme.
The presentation focused on his brain tumor diagnosis and subsequent recovery.
It was included in the title sequence of all their subsequent series made by the BBC.
This experience has been a driving force in Rosebury's subsequent success.
On the other hand, we were very proud of what Dynamo had promoted and its subsequent interpretation.
From these beginnings, it evolved in subsequent decades into a mainstream recording technique.
Subsequent owners extended the property and land.
Subsequent moveable feasts are calculated with reference to Easter.
In subsequent elections, the share of independent representatives decreased sharply.
A condition subsequent is noted for its common use in the law.
The magazine had several reincarnations in subsequent decades.
"Romeo and Juliet" had a profound influence on subsequent literature.
He then played in the subsequent tests against Wales and Italy.
It is formed via the dehydration of the hexoses and subsequent etherification of HMF.
The ride's ranking in subsequent polls is shown in the table below.
Subsequent productions have generally followed Büsser's edition.
This has had the effect, however, of making them seem kitch in subsequent decades.
The subsequent articles dealt with specific issues.
No record of her subsequent fate has been uncovered.
All subsequent Sharp mobiles feature the text scanner functionality.
On subsequent recordings, he has played only electric guitar.
In 1863 the mines were closed and subsequent attempts to reopen them failed.
Thanom appointed Kris Minister of Industry in his subsequent junta.
He had had a long subsequent career in the organisation's ranks.
It enjoyed many subsequent tours and revivals.
Further performances followed in subsequent years.
D.I. Norton's subsequent comments were scathing.
Subsequent aircraft have had conventional tails.
It maintained this designation until its subsequent deletion in 1969.
There were two subsequent harvests in the 1960s and 1970s.
Subsequent replacement trophies have replicated this design.
The subsequent kings steadily extended their kingdom.
As such, all subsequent printings have included these stars.
It has been used almost exclusively by subsequent commentators.
This did not return for either of the subsequent series.
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::: uproarious - marked by commotion or uproar; very noisy (esp. with laughter); hilarious; causing loud laughter; extremely funny
::: effectual - able to produce a desired effect; valid
::: downcast - disheartened; dejected; sad; directed downward
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::: quirk - sudden sharp turn or twist; startling twist; caprice; idiosyncrasy; peculiarity of behavior; Ex. by a quirk of fate
::: chalice - goblet; consecrated cup
::: capacity - mental or physical ability; role; position or duty; ability to accommodate; Ex. in my capacity as president