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.
His disciples later thought that 'Zeal for your house consumes me' (Psalm 69:10) aptly described Jesus as he cleansed the temple made marketplace.
But Dennis later thought about what he had done and apologised to Iain, insisting that he should do the trial tomorrow.
The Kildare star, now a huge hit in the UK, idolised her dad and later thought his ghost followed her around.
It was later thought she could possibly have gallstones and she was sent for a scan which discovered a tumour on her ovaries.
It was later thought she could possibly have gallstones and was sent for a scan which discovered a tumour on her ovaries.
Indeed, what the Americans later thought was their success in halting the drive and forcing the Germans back was really little more than a planned German withdrawal following a successful large-scale raid.
Zookeepers at the SchAaAaAeA nbrunn Zoo in Vienna initially suspect there may be two babies after hearing what seemed to be the sound of two distinct voices but later thought they must have been mistaken since their surveillance camera didn't show another baby.
Mr Pugh said she later thought the defendant was performing a sex act behind a bush and became "distressed".
Later thought of changing ART in view of ART induced drug ulcerations, which are documented in literature and we kept patient on combination of ART drugs containing 2 NRTIs containing Tab.
He covers God in Kant's early and later thought, created freedom, creating freedom: Kant's theological solution, interpreting Kant: three objections, the dancer and the dance: divine action and human freedom, and becoming divine: autonomy and the beatific vision.