Futurely

Fu´ture`ly


adv.1.In time to come.
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I know these populous times affoord plentie of forward Writers, and criticall Readers; My selfe hath made the number of the one too many by one; and having bin toucht with the censures of the other, by occasion of my mouzeling Melastomus, I am now, as by a strong motive induced (for my rights sake) to produce and divulge this off-spring of my indevour, to prove them further futurely who have formerly deprived me of my due, imposing my abortive upon the father of me, but not of it.
The excessive and anti-cultural commoditisation of the book, mentioned and discussed previously, turns this difficulty into a paradoxical bubbling web: Publishing houses are interested in books which satisfy a certain commercial demand, but commercial demand only exists if people are able to, somehow, get in touch beforehand with the products they might futurely consume.
Ed Snowden, formerly of the CIA and futurely of a prison cell, is only 29.