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afterwit — noun a) Wisdom which comes after the event. After wits are dearly bought, Let thy fore wit guide thy thought. ― Southwell. b) The lack of forethought … Wiktionary
afterwit — noun Etymology: after (IV) + wit 1. obsolete : later knowledge 2. : wisdom or perception that comes after it can be of use … Useful english dictionary
History of American newspapers — The history of American newspapers goes back to the 17th century with the publication of the first colonial newspapers.Colonial period(This section is based on [http://www.bartleby.com/225/index.html#7 The Cambridge History of English and… … Wikipedia
Nicholas Burt — (1621 ? after 1689), or Birt or Burght among other variants, was a prominent English actor of the seventeenth century. In a long career, he was perhaps best known as the first actor to play the role of Othello in the Restoration era. A… … Wikipedia
after — (prep.) O.E. æfter after, next, throughout, following in time, later, from O.E. of off (see OF (Cf. of)) + ter, a comparative suffix; thus the original meaning was more away, farther off. Cf. O.N. eptir after, O.H.G. aftar, Goth. aftra behind.… … Etymology dictionary