Crossword clues for later
- "See ya"
- "Catch you on the flip side"
- "Not now"
- Word before alligator
- Word with alligator
- After a bit
- In time
- By and by
- At another time
- In the future
- More recent
- Staller's promise
- After a while
- After a time
- "Buy now, pay ___"
- Delayer's word
- "It's ___ than you think!"
- Not yet
- Word of procrastination
- Informal goodbye
- Hours from now
- Not now
- Slangy goodbye
- "See ya!"
- Slangy farewell
- Informal sign-off
- Procrastinator's word
- Slangy send-off
- Kid's response to 20-, 37- and 55-Across
- "I'm outta here"
- Procrastinator's mantra
- "Not right now"
- "Peace out"
- "I'm outta here!"
- "Gotta run!"
- Certain football pass
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Late \Late\ (l[=a]t), a. [Compar. Later (l[=a]t"[~e]r), or latter (l[a^]t"t[~e]r); superl. Latest (l[=a]t"[e^]st) or Last (l[.a]st).] [OE. lat slow, slack, AS. l[ae]t; akin to OS. lat, D. laat late, G. lass weary, lazy, slack, Icel. latr, Sw. lat, Dan. lad, Goth. lats, and to E. let, v. See Let to permit, and cf. Alas, Lassitude.]
Coming after the time when due, or after the usual or proper time; not early; slow; tardy; long delayed; as, a late spring.
Far advanced toward the end or close; as, a late hour of the day; a late period of life.
Existing or holding some position not long ago, but not now; recently deceased, departed, or gone out of office; as, the late bishop of London; the late administration.
Not long past; happening not long ago; recent; as, the late rains; we have received late intelligence.
Continuing or doing until an advanced hour of the night; as, late revels; a late watcher.
Later \La"ter\, n.; pl. Lateres. [L.]
A brick or tile.
Later \Lat"er\, a. Compar. of Late, a. & adv.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
comparative of late. Meaning "farewell" is from 1954, U.S. slang, short for see you later.
a. 1 (en-comparative of: late) 2 Coming afterward in time (used with ''than'' when comparing with another time). 3 At some time in the future. adv. 1 (en-comparative of: late) 2 Afterward in time (used with ''than'' when comparing with another time). 3 At some unspecified time in the future. interj. 1 (context slang English) see you later; goodbye. 2 (context slang English) Dismissive term to minimize importance of an annoying persons.
adj. coming at a subsequent time or stage; "the future president entered college at the age of 16"; "awaiting future actions on the bill"; "later developments"; "without ulterior argument" [syn: future(a), later(a), ulterior]
at or toward an end or late period or stage of development; "the late phase of feudalism"; "a later symptom of the disease"; "later medical science could have saved the child" [syn: late, later(a)] [ant: early]
adv. happening at a time subsequent to a reference time; "he apologized subsequently"; "he's going to the store but he'll be back here later"; "it didn't happen until afterward"; "two hours after that" [syn: subsequently, afterwards, afterward, after, later on]
at some eventual time in the future; "By and by he'll understand"; "I'll see you later" [syn: by and by]
comparative of the adverb `late'; "he stayed later than you did"
Later was a nightly half-hour-long talk show that ran on NBC from 1988 until 2001. Later typically aired for half an hour at 1:30 a.m. following Late Night with David Letterman from 1988 to 1993, and Late Night with Conan O'Brien from 1993 to 2001. It was succeeded by Last Call with Carson Daly in 2002.
Later may refer to:
- Later (magazine), a 1999-2001 UK men's magazine
- Later (talk show), a 1988-2001 late-night U.S. television talk show
- Later... with Jools Holland, a British music television show
- Colleen Later, American artist and musician
- Future, the indefinite time period after the present
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Usage examples of "later".
Children who at the babbling stage are not exposed to the sounds of actual speech may not develop the ability to speak later, or do so to an abnormally limited extent.
It was Sandy Wan, the woman who would later help me track down the truth about the abortus vendors.
Five minutes later the Lackawanna, Captain Marchand, going at full speed, delivered her blow also at right angles on the port side, abreast the after end of the armored superstructure.
This dictum became, two years later, accepted doctrine when the Court invalidated a State law on the ground that it abridged freedom of speech contrary to the due process clause of Amendment XIV.
One Saturday afternoon he absconded and turned himself in at the local police station a few hours later.
We will return to this topic in later chapters, when we trace the rise of this metabiological absolutizing back to its source in the Enlightenment paradigm.
The whole middle expanse of Asia was not academically conquered for Orientalism until, during the later eighteenth century, Anquetil-Duperron and Sir William Jones were able intelligibly to reveal the extraordinary riches of Avestan and Sanskrit.
The Academician left the room, returning a minute later with a folder.
Three and a half days later the enemy raced past Zanshaa without firing a missile at Sula or anyone else, and accelerated on a path for the Vandrith gas giant.
Moments later the subdued whistle of the engines faded and Dane could hear the structure of the ship creak around them as acceleration ceased.
A few hours later the Baron sent his bailiff, who was far more important but had known Granny Aching for longer.
Two weeks later the Scorpion Lady told me to skip the Hatchery and go back to the Acme Fertilizer Company, and Reginald attacked the elephant shit with the same enthusiasm he had attacked it a month earlier.
Three months later Madame Costa, the actress whom he had gone to see at Gorice, told me that she would never have believed in the possibility of such a creature existing if she had not known Count Torriano.
Europe by the Crusaders and its figs and pistachios which the Romans transplanted around the Mediterranean as a far-flung gift from the Damascenes, worshipper once of Adad the storm-god and later a flourishing center of Christianity and Islam, holy to Christians because of the conversion of St.
It is only now, some eighteen years later, that increasing numbers of experts are beginning to realize that it is the psychological state of the individual addict that counts and not the substance itself My accumulated knowledge of drug addiction comes from eighteen years of dealing with and answering effectively the questions and worries of the addicted.