Following in time or order; succeeding.(adjective)
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Use "subsequent" in a sentence
"Zaprudering, as the SciFicast explains, is a brand new word subsequent from a Zapruder film, a pledge 8mm movie which is a usually [...]"
"Well, the CIA actually made a referral to the Department of Justice asking it to investigate whether or not a former CIA officer, John Kiriakou, disclosed classified information when he made several media appearances talking about the capture of al Qaeda operative Abu Zubaydah and what he described as his subsequent waterboarding."
"Although crises may be one and the same-what I call the subsequent statements from both President "Uni-Bubble.""