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Synonyms for and then

subsequently or soon afterward (often used as sentence connectors)


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Presently came a sound of shots from the town, and then everything was quiet, everything, even the hospital.
And then Kurt's words came into his head: "People torn away from the people they care for; homes smashed, creatures full of life and memories and peculiar little gifts--torn to pieces, starved, and spoilt." ...
He strolled round it once or twice, and then attacked the shutters with his pocket-knife, reinforced presently by a wooden stake he found conveniently near.
He tried to go away, and then it occurred to him that he might get a branch or something and push this rotating object out into the stream.
He gave the kitten a small second helping and a scrap of beef and then went down with the little creature running after him, tail erect and in high spirits, to look at the remains of the Hohenzollern.
From it his eye went to the shattered bridge and then across to the still desolation of Niagara city.
She has thanked me with her eyes, and then with words also.
And then if the flood came, you know, Bob, I shouldn't mind.
"I'd divide fair to begin with, and then we'd see who'd win."
Tippet took one look at the monster and bolted for the nearest tree; and then the bear charged.
The bear halted in its tracks, wheeled toward Bradley and then back again toward Tippet.
They saw him glance back toward Bradley, and then they saw him stop short of the tree that might have given him safety and turn back in the direction of the bear.
And then they resumed the march and in fifteen minutes the encounter had ceased even to be a topic of conversation.
And then, as though the hand of Death had reached out and touched them all, the five men tensed into sudden rigidity.
He shot a startled glance up into the black void above and then burying his face in his arms began to sob like a child.