from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adverb At that time.
- adverb Next in time, space, or order; immediately afterward.
- adverb In addition; moreover; besides.
- adverb Used after but to qualify or balance a preceding statement.
- adverb In that case; accordingly.
- adverb As a consequence; therefore.
- noun That time or moment.
- adjective Being so at that time.
- idiom (then again) From another standpoint; on the other hand.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Then being; being at that time.
- At that time: referring to a time specified, either past or future.
- Afterward; next in order; soon afterward or immediately.
- At another time: as, now and then, at one time and another.
- By the time when or that: then in this phrase having the force of a relative.
- In that case; in consequence; therefore; for this reason.
- Then is often used in offering a substitute for a word or statement rejected.
- Than. See
- Synonyms Wherefore, Accordingly, etc. See
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- conjunction obsolete Than.
- conjunction In that case; in consequence; as a consequence; therefore; for this reason.
- adverb At that time (referring to a time specified, either past or future).
- adverb Soon afterward, or immediately; next; afterward.
- adverb At another time; later; again.
- adverb [Obs.] By the time that.
- adverb See under
- adverb until that time; until the time mentioned.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adverb temporal location At that
- adverb temporal location Soon afterward.
- adverb sequence Next in order; in addition.
- adverb conjunctive In that case.
- adverb sequence
At the same time; on the other hand.
- adverb obsolete At the time that;
- adverb UK, dialect used to contradict an assertion.
- adjective being so at that time
- noun That time
- conjunction Obsolete spelling of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun that time; that moment
- adverb in that case or as a consequence
- adverb at that time
- adverb subsequently or soon afterward (often used as sentence connectors)
- adjective at a specific prior time
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
And then the whole blame game thing just cracks me up they are ridiculous..then they are gona take off a few days and meet again on Thurs…so they will all be vacationing in Marthas Vineyard while the country falls apart. mario de la ossa
I had literally sat down to my first interview, when patchy and intermittent phone calls started coming in, first from our base in London, then from HQ in Atlanta: a plane had crashed into the WTC….it may have been an accident…still checking…..then a second plane…..and suddenly it was all systems go.
If McCain wins and then bombs, *then* Hillary becomes a formidable candidate again.
But he was cheating on his wife with the secretary whom he then threatened when she tried to break it off and *then* he tried to cut a deal with the school board essentially offering to *not* drag people's reputations through the mud if they gave him a free pass.
Tell you what, Mac: when he learns to spell your last name correctly, perhaps _then_ we can contemplate placing the fate of the world in his hands, but not before then.
I was sort of walking past Cathay with my mind kind of blank apart for “argh parkmall =/= parklane” and then I looked at her because she looked kind of pretty and then I noticed she was looking at me, and then I realized she looked kind of familiar, and then
I used to get up at 4am do 2 hours of pilates, then go to work 60 hours a week..then record in the evenings..then ride a bike.
They need to build that party a little more, win some more local elections, get a supply of candidates and then run them for Congress, etc with experience and records to point to, and a broader support base, and *then* they will be credible on the national stage.
And then, and _then_, here's the best part, I got an email from Rahab/Christine!
Little things: packing, final bills, actually moving, then cleaning the place, then getting a job IMMEDIATELY so I can do it all over again.