afther

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Preposition[edit]

afther

  1. Eye dialect spelling of after.
    • 1848, Anthony Trollope, The Kellys and the O'Kellys[1]:
      "You didn't tell mother what you're afther, did you?"
    • 1904, Winston Churchill, [2]:
      He pronounced these words afterwards, with great solemnity:-- "Andrew Jackson, if I catch ye fightin' once more, I'll be afther givin' ye lave to lave the school."
    • 1918, Edgar Rice Burroughs, The Land That Time Forgot[3]:
      "Be afther goin' to it," said Olson.

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