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A later period or season; the latter part of, or the period after the end of, the season.
Attributive That takes place at the latter end of, or following the conclusion of, the season.
Early 17th century; earliest use found in Henoch Clapham (fl. 1585–1614), writer on theology and preacher. From after- + season.
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