Next and Subsequent


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Next adjective – Being the one that comes immediately after another.
Usage example: she was next in line for concert tickets

Subsequent is a synonym for next in following topic. In some cases you can use "Subsequent" instead an adjective "Next", when it comes to topics like sequence, time. popular alternative
Synonyms for Next


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Subsequent adjective – Being, occurring, or carried out at a time after something else.
Next is a synonym for subsequent in following topic. You can use "Next" instead an adjective "Subsequent", if it concerns topics such as sequence, after. popular alternative
Nearby Words: subsequently, subsequence
Synonyms for Subsequent

Things that words describes

attack next attack subsequent attack
attempt next attempt subsequent attempt
appearance next appearance subsequent appearance
turn next turn subsequent turn
Other nouns: series, scene, show, episode, season, time, level, game, story, shot, book, album, fight, battle, film, mission, war, movie, years, books, chapters, seasons, episodes, albums, decades.

Both words in one sentence

  • Literature / Lone Wolf While Zahda isn't seen again for some time, his next appearance makes it clear that Lone Wolf's victories in the Maze and his subsequent escape have unhinged him.
  • Beating it the first time will end your run, but the fight itself is optional and subsequent fights will allow you to progress to the next floor after you defeat it.
    Source: Bonus Boss
  • Series / Stark Raving Mad Despite being both clever and funny, it suffered from clashing styles with Frasier, which followed it in the next time slot, leading to its time-slot bouncing and subsequent cancellation.This show provides examples of: Blonde Republican Sex Kitten: Tess.
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