later thought

See: hindsight
References in classic literature ?
When he became drowsy she became bold and whispered things that he later thought he must have dreamed.
However, they later thought, "What if we could use this as an opportunity to be subversive, to make a point with it?
The house also featured "wall plaques" later thought to have come from the grave of three dead children - David, 4, Rosie, 3, and 11-month-old Thomas.
We later thought that there is a possibility that officers from the Crime Branch and operation teams of some district may be probing a case against him.
He didn't realise at first he had been stabbed but later thought the blade had sliced through an artery.
The court was told it was here where a man later thought he saw rolled up carpet in a grassy area But a closer look revealed it was the bloodied body of Mrs Cullen folded with her face on the grass in what was described as "a Muslim prayer position".
After a few minutes chatting to him, I later thought - 'now that's someone who's got their head screwed on properly.
In Ameriks's view, it was Kant's sensitivity to the deeply problematic character of such freedom, in terms of the claims its reality makes both on us as sensuous human beings and on theoretical reason, that led to the unique form of religion that we find in Kant's later thought.
I used a plastic bag for his shroud and I later thought the gassy build-up from decomposition might make him explode and blow a hole in the perennial border.
The original inventors of the startup say they got the idea of the iNote Case after facing that issue many times and later thought of it as of business.
A WOMAN driver was forced from her luxury Audi by rush-hour car-jackers who were later thought to have driven at a police ocer.
Scientists later thought memories might be rooted in language, because kids typically start making long-term memories around the time they start speaking, says study coauthor Sheena Josselyn of the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.