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other world

noun
1.
the world after death; the future world.
Origin
1150-1200
1150-1200; Middle English
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  • We've already learnt twice how harmful a war against other world power is for a country.
  • There's a whole other world in that video, maybe a whole other century.
  • Wow you really are living in some sort of other world.
  • The priest of the parish came with all imaginable politeness to desire a note of him, payable to the bearer in the other world.
  • But the real diplomatic work is likely to come out of public view, in a series of talks with other world leaders.
  • The existence of the supernatural, if accepted, testifies to the existence of that other world so desperately desired.
  • Perhaps there is no sound of breathing on any other world, no matter how many stars stretch out to the barricade of existence.
  • We mark out months and weeks based on the lunar phase, but aliens on some other world might arrive at a different set of units.
  • They were all kind of part of this same other world.
  • Dreams, as he explains in the introduction to this wonderful and quirky little book, are the perfect other world.
British Dictionary definitions for other world

other world

noun
1.
the spirit world or afterlife
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