Synonyms for afterlife

Grammar : Noun
Spell : af-ter-lahyf, ahf-
Phonetic Transcription : ˈæf tərˌlaɪf, ˈɑf-

Définition of afterlife

Origin :
  • 1590s, "a future life" (especially after resurrection), from after + life.
  • noun life after death
Example sentences :
  • My afterlife was ultimately formed by the shock I had then received.
  • Extract from : « The Room in the Dragon Volant » by J. Sheridan LeFanu
  • And by that means I will learn where to search for him—how to trace his afterlife.
  • Extract from : « The Cryptogram » by William Murray Graydon
  • Often in afterlife Pierre recalled this period of blissful insanity.
  • Extract from : « War and Peace » by Leo Tolstoy
  • It was one of those rash friendships that so often prove an incubus in afterlife.
  • Extract from : « A Doll's House » by Henrik Ibsen
  • Why did the thought of death, the afterlife, seem so sweet and consoling?
  • Extract from : « Sons and Lovers » by David Herbert Lawrence
  • And well the boy carried out his father's injunction in afterlife.
  • Extract from : « Lives of Poor Boys Who Became Famous » by Sarah K. Bolton
  • All that romance, silly as it looks, becomes sacred in afterlife.
  • Extract from : « Cashel Byron's Profession » by George Bernard Shaw
  • The last rites freed one from life for an afterlife in which the deceased still watched over the living faithful.
  • Extract from : « The Civilization of Illiteracy » by Mihai Nadin
  • He reads The Vestiges of Creation, and in afterlife is amazed to find half the world fighting the ancient theory of evolution.
  • Extract from : « Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, September, 1878 » by Various
  • The dogmatism of his precocious boyhood never left him in afterlife.
  • Extract from : « Literary Celebrities of the English Lake-District » by Frederick Sessions

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