subsequently subsequently  /ˈsəb sə kwənt li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) happening at a time subsequent to a reference time

Usage(s):

  1. Their landlord, Jean Wurtz, had filed a lawsuit saying the couple hadn't paid the $14,300 rent for six months; the Kissels had subsequently agreed to move out by March 31.
  2. Afghanistan was subsequently plunged into civil war as competing factions vied for control of the capital.
  3. It proved unsuccessful; he was convicted by his peers, and subsequently killed himself by swallowing hemlock.

News

  1. No success in Friday manhunt

    By TIM GULLA Ledger Staff Writer tim@gaffneyledger.com A Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office response to a suspicious person report led to a multi-hour manhunt Friday. Events began unfolding Friday morning when the sheriff’s office received reports of a suspicious man near Midway Road and Overbrook Drive, and subsequently Overbrook Drive and Love Springs Road, trying to get into people’s cars ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Gaffney Ledger

  2. ASU football player dismissed after sexual assault charge

    Two Arizona State football players were involved in recent, unrelated police incidents, leading to one of the player's dismissal from the program. Walk-on defensive back Andres Rafael Garcia was arrested over the weekend in connection to a sexual assault in Tempe and was subsequently dismissed.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Fox Sports

  3. Bank Of Japan Sits Tight, Yen Rallies

    There is little time to waste if you want to stay within catching distance of these markets. Originally lacking direction from Wall Street, the Nikkei traded around its 13,517 close from yesterday until the Bank of Japan (BoJ) made clear there would be no change to its current policy. The Nikkei subsequently dropped -1% -- the Tokyo bourse is back to its old tricks of a percentage gain one ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Forbes

Quotes

  1. "Based on information that has subsequently come to light, the president has directed the [Justice Department's] pardon attorney not to execute and deliver a grant of clemency to Mr. Toussie," White House Press Secretary Dana Perino said in a...
    on Dec 24, 2008 By: Dana Perino Source: CNN

  2. "The referee gave [Walton] a technical then subsequently gave him three consecutive fouls out on the floor," Jackson said. "That's not equal refereeing, and those are the things that change the course of games. We want the game to be fair and...
    on May 25, 2009 By: Phil Jackson Source: Los Angeles Times

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