Word of the Day
Subsequent (adjective) — succeeding in line; next in an order of events
Word in a Sentence: "Because of the encounter in Arcana City, and Nicolas Lont's subsequent interrogation revealing Julette's role in Drake's plans for vengeance, Kora convinced Godric to hold exams a week early and get the students out of Arcana—just in case." – page 180 of the fantasy novel Choices Meant for Gods
Your turn! Subsequent to reading the definition and use of today's word, what fabulous sentence can you come up with for me in the comment box?
"Some days, I just want the dragon to win."
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