Word "LATER" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
coming at a subsequent time or stage
Synonyms:
posterior, ulterior

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
at or toward an end or late period or stage of development
Synonyms:
late
Examples:
a later symptom of the disease
later medical science could have saved the child

Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
happening at a time subsequent to a reference time
Synonyms:
after, afterward, afterwards, later on, subsequently
Examples:
he's going to the store but he'll be back here later

Crossword Clues for LATER

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Clue Source Date
Large panties oddly discarded right after that The Telegraph Cryptic 30 Aug 2022
Afterwards The Telegraph Quick 18 Aug 2022
Afterwards The Telegraph Quick 09 Aug 2022
“See ya!” Wall Street Journal 27 Jul 2022
'Peace!' USA Today 25 Jul 2022
Soapy foam husband removed subsequently The Times Cryptic 05 Jul 2022
Next dead king The Times Cryptic 30 Jun 2022
Ignoring individual, sell up afterwards The Times Cryptic 22 Jun 2022
'See ya!' USA Today 17 Jun 2022
Roof worker losing face, by and by The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Jun 2022
Subse-quently Thomas Joseph 16 May 2022
"See ya!" Thomas Joseph 13 May 2022
Afterwards The Telegraph Quick 09 May 2022
In a while Thomas Joseph 16 Apr 2022
Fragment of aretalogy recedes after a while Irish Times Crosaire 02 Apr 2022
"See ya" LA Times Daily 16 Jan 2022
In a while Eugene Sheffer 22 Oct 2021
Procrastinator's word USA Today 29 Sep 2021
By and by Canadiana 27 Sep 2021
Procrastinator's time Family Time 05 Sep 2021
"See ya!" Thomas Joseph 10 Jun 2021
After, by and by Irish Times Simplex 03 Jun 2021
Subsequently The Telegraph Quick 26 May 2021
Subsequently The Washington Post 17 May 2021
Subsequently LA Times Daily 17 May 2021
In a while Eugene Sheffer 13 May 2021
At a subsequent time Irish Times Simplex 21 Apr 2021
Sooner's alternative ... or, read as two parts, a theme hint Universal 14 Apr 2021
Afterwards The Telegraph Quick 26 Mar 2021
After a while Thomas Joseph 23 Mar 2021
'Gotta run!' USA Today 24 Feb 2021
'Bye' USA Today 10 Dec 2020
Fragment of aretalogy recedes after a while Irish Times Crosaire 12 Nov 2020
Casual sign-off Newsday 05 Nov 2020
'Peace' The Washington Post Sunday 13 Sep 2020
'Not now!' USA Today 15 Aug 2020
Time must be invested in genuine uprising in due course The Telegraph Cryptic 12 Aug 2020
Conversation ender Newsday 04 Jul 2020
"See ya" LA Times Daily 31 May 2020
'See ya' The Washington Post 31 May 2020
More recent The Times Concise 30 May 2020
'Gotta run!' The Washington Post 27 May 2020
"Gotta run!" LA Times Daily 27 May 2020
In due course The Telegraph Quick 17 May 2020
See 42-Across New York Times 16 Apr 2020
'Ciao!' The Washington Post 15 Apr 2020
"Ciao!" LA Times Daily 15 Apr 2020
Student scoffed right after that The Telegraph Cryptic 07 Apr 2020
In a while selling up — one has to leave The Sun Two Speed 04 Apr 2020
Subsequently The Sun Two Speed 04 Apr 2020
'Ciao!' New York Times 27 Feb 2020
First word in the title of a long-running Jools Holland show The Times Specialist Sunday 05 Jan 2020
'Catch you on the flippity-flip' USA Today 17 Dec 2019
Informal goodbye USA Today 27 Nov 2019
"See ya!"
'See ya!' New York Times 04 Nov 2019
"I don't have time right now" LA Times Daily 15 Oct 2019
'I don't have time right now' The Washington Post 15 Oct 2019
TTYL part USA Today 01 Sep 2019
'Ciao' New York Times 05 Aug 2019
In a little while Newsday 05 Aug 2019
Not yet Newsday 10 Jul 2019
After a while Newsday 22 May 2019
Some other time Newsday 14 May 2019
Subsequent The Telegraph Quick 30 Apr 2019
In a few hours Newsday 02 Apr 2019
"Ciao!" Universal 26 Mar 2019
At a future time Irish Times Simplex 23 Mar 2019
"See ya!" Universal 22 Mar 2019
Next dead king The Sun Two Speed 07 Mar 2019
Following? Dead right! The Sun Two Speed 16 Feb 2019
"Ciao"
"See ya!"
TTYL part
"Ciao!"
"I don't have time right now"
As time passed Newsday 30 Nov 2018
Afterwards The Times Concise 14 Nov 2018
"Peace" The New Yorker 15 Oct 2018
In due time Canadiana 17 Sep 2018
Subsequently Wall Street Journal 27 Aug 2018
'See ya!' The Washington Post 19 Aug 2018
"See ya!" LA Times Daily 19 Aug 2018
Not now Universal 29 Jul 2018
Tomorrow (or next week)? The Guardian Cryptic 24 Jul 2018
'I'm off' New York Times 03 Jun 2018
Not as punctual LA Times Daily 21 Apr 2018
Not as punctual The Washington Post 21 Apr 2018
Subsequently had food, grasped in both hands The Telegraph Toughie 18 Apr 2018
____... with Jools Holland, a BBC live music show The Times Specialist Sunday 08 Apr 2018
Some recall a term or expression when parting The Telegraph Cryptic 29 Mar 2018
'Toodles!' Wall Street Journal 10 Feb 2018
Alter arrangement some time in the future The Sun Two Speed 29 Jan 2018
After a while The Sun Two Speed 29 Jan 2018
When I'll see you? Universal 22 Jan 2018
Latter-day ''Toodle-oo!'' Newsday 04 Jan 2018
Not as punctual
When I'll see you?
"See ya!"
Not now
"Ciao!"
Subsequently
"I'm off"
Following cattle regularly in both directions The Telegraph Cryptic 28 Nov 2017
In a while Thomas Joseph 04 Aug 2017
Following behind king The Telegraph Cryptic 04 Jul 2017
More recent LA Times Daily 11 Jun 2017
More recent The Washington Post 11 Jun 2017
'See ya' New York Times 18 Apr 2017
Definitely not now Universal 28 Mar 2017
Down the road LA Times Daily 09 Jan 2017
Definitely not now
More recent
Down the road
"See ya"
'I'm outta here!' The Washington Post 23 Dec 2016
Certain football pass New York Times 22 Dec 2016
"In a while" Universal 24 Nov 2016
Off-putting statement that could make one alert The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Nov 2016
Sorts out last resort afterwards Irish Times Crosaire 12 Nov 2016
'Not now' New York Times 07 Sep 2016
Corrupt cartel losing capital after a while The Times Cryptic 19 Aug 2016
Subsequently The Times Concise 31 Jul 2016
'Catch you on the flip side' New York Times 27 Jun 2016
"Ciao for now" USA Today 31 May 2016
Slangy "goodbye" USA Today 14 May 2016
Some congratulate rivals after the event The Telegraph Cryptic 02 May 2016
Procrastinator's promise Universal 02 Mar 2016
In the future USA Today 18 Feb 2016
Some other time Universal 02 Feb 2016
Informal farewell Newsday 31 Jan 2016
Alter design sometime in the future The Sun Two Speed 18 Jan 2016
Some other time
"In a while"
Certain football pass
"Catch you on the flip side"
"Not now"
Slangy "goodbye"
In the future
"Ciao for now"
Not right now Universal 12 Oct 2015
It's better than never Universal 31 Jul 2015
By-and-by Universal 23 May 2015
Lazy and indulgent person drops books to enjoy at some point The Times Cryptic 21 Apr 2015
Slangy send-off Newsday 02 Apr 2015
More recent slate roof needs your attention The Telegraph Toughie 18 Mar 2015
At some time afterwards The Times Concise 17 Mar 2015
By-and-by
"See ya!"
Slangy send-off
Procrastinator's promise
Not right now
It's better than never
Slangy "so long"
"See ya"
Some other time
"In a while"
"See ya!"
"Toodles!"
In a little while
"Bye for now"
It's better than never
It's neither now nor never
*Parting request
Madonna "Sooner or ___"
"See you ___, alligator"
Down the road
Procrastinator's time of action
"Can't you see I'm busy?"
English Beat "Save It for ___"
"I'm off!"
"Gotta run!"
In the future
Not right now
"Hasta la vista!"
"Hasta luego!"
"See ya!"
Procrastinator's word
By and by
In the future
Informal farewell
"Hasta la vista!"
Slangy "So long!"
In a while
Afterward
"See ya __"
"I'm outta here!"
"Bye for now"
By and by
"Gotta run!"
Afterward
"See ya __"
"I'm outta here!"
"Bye for now"
"In a little while"
"See ya ___!"
"I'm outta here!"
"Peace out"
"Ta-ta!"
Sooner's alternative
"Ta-ta!"
Good time for a procrastinator?
Subsequently
Informal farewell
At a different time
Procrastinator's mantra
At some future time
Good time for a procrastinator?
Not right now
In an hour, say
In an hour, say
After
Informal goodbye
At another time
In a bit
"See ya"
Word to a gator?
Slangy farewell
Not now
"See ya!"
Procrastinator's word
In a bit
"See ya"
When I'll see ya
Not now
"See ya"
Procrastinator's word
Slangy so-long
Kid's response to 20-, 37- and 55-Across
Delaying response
Not as timely
'Ciao!'
Slangy farewell
"Ciao!"
Casual goodbye
Slangy "so-long"
"See you ______, alligator"
"Seeya"
At some time in the future
"Be patient!"
Delaying response
Not as timely
After some time
"So long"
"Hasta la vista"
Down the road
After a while
Eventually
"In a little while"
Procrastinator's mantra
Informal farewell
Slangy "so long"
In a few hours
"Ciao!"
"Be seein' ya!"
"I'm outta here"
Slangy send-off
"Bye-bye!"
"Ciao"
Down the road
"In a little while"
By and by
Subsequently
Time for chores?
Procrastinator's word
"Not right now"
Of more recent vintage
In the future
Subsequently
By and by
"In a little while"
"Ciao"
In a while
"Bye!"
Sooner's alternative
"See you ___, alligator"
"See ya!"
"So long!"
Good time for a procrastinator?
"So long!"
Teen's farewell
Some other time
"See ya!"
Informal sign-off
After awhile
Bye!
Not now!
Not now
"Manana"
"Bye"
Parting word
It's on after Conan O'Brien
Anon
Procrastinator's promise
In a bit
Slangy farewell
See 65 Across
Not now
Not now
After a spell
ProcrastinatorÕs response
Subsequently
"In a while"
Sooner's partner
See ya!
"See ya!"
Better than never
Subsequently
Slangy "so long"
"So long"
Subsequent
Sometime subsequent
Slangy goodbye
After
Afterward
By and by
Informal goodbye
Hours from now
After a bit
Anon
Not yet
Word before alligator
Not now!
By-and-by
In a while
In time
Subsequent
Subsequent
"It's ___ than you think!"
Word with alligator
At another time
After a while
After a time
Staller's promise
Mañana
In the future
More recent
Word of procrastination
Delayer's word
"Buy now, pay ___"
More up-to-date
More modern
"See you ___"
Procrastinating word
Newer
In a while
Subsequently.
Anon.
By and by.
After a while.
Far advanced
More recent.
In the future.
When to pay.
Mañana, perhaps.
Not so soon.
Procrastinator's word.
"Pay ___,"
Subsequent.
Afterward.
Not now.
In a while.
After some time.
After.
Procrastinator's slogan.
More advanced.
Hereafter.
Not just now.
Afterwards.
By-and-by.
Longer delayed.
Future.
Following.
Not of this moment.
"It is ___ than you think."
After awhile.
At a future date.
"Bye!"
"Can't you see I'm busy?"
After some time
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