Last modified on 20 September 2013, at 16:40

followed by

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the passive voice of follow, and still frequently used as such.

ConjunctionEdit

followed by

  1. And then, and after that.
    Yesterday morning I saw two ducks, followed by a gaggle of geese in the afternoon, followed by a swan in the evening. All told, it was a bird-filled day for me.