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Of, at, or in the rear
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  1. Of, at, or in the rear
  2. Of, at, or located in the rear.
(Now Rare) Hind; rear; posterior
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  1. (Now Rare) Hind; rear; posterior
  2. Comparative form of hind: more hind
  3. Of or belonging to that part or end which is in the rear or hind, or which follows.
Distant from a center of activity; remote.
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  1. Distant from a center of activity; remote.
  2. Of or for a time in the past
  3. Of a past date; not current:
Following, next in order.
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  1. Following, next in order.
Immediately following, as in time, order, or sequence:
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  1. Immediately following, as in time, order, or sequence:
Refers to the actions, consequences, and repercussions which result from some prior stimulus or event.
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  1. Refers to the actions, consequences, and repercussions which result from some prior stimulus or event.
Following in time or order; succeeding.
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  1. Following in time or order; succeeding.
Approaching; forthcoming; next:
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  1. Approaching; forthcoming; next:
  2. Approaching; of the future, especially the near future; the next.
  3. Approaching; immediately next
Being so at that time:
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  1. Being so at that time:
Of, characterized by, or involving succession:
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  1. Of, characterized by, or involving succession:
  2. Coming in succession; following one after another in sequence; consecutive
  3. Following in uninterrupted order; consecutive:
Logically correct or consistent.
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  1. Logically correct or consistent.
  2. Following as a natural effect, result, or conclusion:
  3. Following as a result; resulting
Further advanced in time or sequence; later:
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  1. Further advanced in time or sequence; later:
  2. Last mentioned of two
  3. Later; more recent
Following in time; subsequent.
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  1. Following in time; subsequent.
  2. (Botany) Next to or facing the main stem or axis.
  3. Later; following after; subsequent
A circle of people who associate with one another.
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  1. A circle of people who associate with one another.
  2. A close circle of friends who share a common interest or background; clique
  3. An exclusive group of people, who associate closely for a common purpose; a clique.
A body of customers or patrons:
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  1. A body of customers or patrons:
  2. All one's clients or customers, collectively
  3. The clients of a professional person or practice considered as a group.
The people as a whole; community at large
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  1. The people as a whole; community at large
  2. Admirers or followers, especially of a famous person.
  3. A group of people sharing a common interest:
A formal hearing, as with a religious or state dignitary.
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  1. A formal hearing, as with a religious or state dignitary.
  2. A group of viewers or listeners of a work of art or entertainment, especially those present at a performance.
  3. A group of people who follow or admire an artist or performer:
The retainers or attendants accompanying a high-ranking person.
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  1. The retainers or attendants accompanying a high-ranking person.
  2. A body of assistants, followers, or servants attending a person of rank or importance; train of attendants or retainers
  3. A group of servants or attendants, especially of someone considered important.
One's environment or surroundings.
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  1. One's environment or surroundings.
  2. A group of accompanying attendants, assistants, or associates; retinue
  3. A retinue of attendants, associates or followers.
The persons, vehicles, etc. carrying supplies, ammunition, food, etc. for combat troops
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  1. The persons, vehicles, etc. carrying supplies, ammunition, food, etc. for combat troops
  2. Any connected order or arrangement; series; sequence
  3. A long line of moving people, animals, or vehicles.
Support given to a person or cause
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  1. Support given to a person or cause
  2. (Music) Musicians and vocalists who support the main performer
  3. Support, especially financial.
Plural form of fan
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Plural form of patron
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Approaching; of the future, especially the near future; the next.
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  1. Approaching; of the future, especially the near future; the next.
  2. Approaching; forthcoming; next:
  3. Approaching; immediately next
Immediately following, as in time, order, or sequence:
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  1. Immediately following, as in time, order, or sequence:
All those persons who read what one writes or hear what one says; one's public
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  1. All those persons who read what one writes or hear what one says; one's public
  2. A group of viewers or listeners of a work of art or entertainment, especially those present at a performance.
  3. A formal hearing, as with a religious or state dignitary.
The people as a whole; community at large
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  1. The people as a whole; community at large
  2. Admirers or followers, especially of a famous person.
  3. A group of people sharing a common interest:
One's environment or surroundings.
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  1. One's environment or surroundings.
  2. A retinue of attendants, associates or followers.
  3. A group of accompanying attendants, assistants, or associates; retinue
The retainers or attendants accompanying a high-ranking person.
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  1. The retainers or attendants accompanying a high-ranking person.
  2. A group of servants or attendants, especially of someone considered important.
  3. A body of assistants, followers, or servants attending a person of rank or importance; train of attendants or retainers
(Music) A musical form, popular before the time of the sonata, consisting of a string or series of pieces all in the same key, mostly in various dance rhythms, with sometimes an elaborate prelude.
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  1. (Music) A musical form, popular before the time of the sonata, consisting of a string or series of pieces all in the same key, mostly in various dance rhythms, with sometimes an elaborate prelude.
  2. A group of procedures that work cooperatively:
  3. A connected series or succession of objects; a number of things used or classed together; a set; as, a suite of rooms; a suite of minerals.
Any connected order or arrangement; series; sequence
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  1. Any connected order or arrangement; series; sequence
  2. A set of linked mechanical parts:
  3. A group of persons, animals, vehicles, etc. that follow one another in a line; procession; caravan; cortege
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