What Is Another Way to Say “Secondly”?

Looking for synonyms for secondly? We’ve got you covered!

Here’s a list of other ways to say secondly.

  • Next
  • Subsequently
  • Moreover
  • Furthermore
  • Additionally
  • Also
  • Then
  • Thereafter
  • As a next point
  • In the second place
  • Following this
  • Another reason
  • On the next point
  • In addition
  • Besides
  • Afterward
  • Consequently
  • Likewise
  • Similarly
  • As well

Want to learn how to say secondly professionally? Keep reading for examples and use cases.

1. Next

Appropriate use: Used to introduce the next item in a sequence.
Example: “Next, let’s discuss the upcoming changes in our marketing strategy.”

2. Subsequently

Appropriate use: Used to indicate something following something else in time.
Example: “Subsequently, the company expanded its operations to the European market.”

3. Moreover

Appropriate use: Introduces a further point that supports or adds to the previous one.
Example: “Moreover, the recent statistics show a significant increase in customer satisfaction.”

4. Furthermore

Appropriate use: Used to introduce additional supporting information.
Example: “Furthermore, our investment in R&D has led to three new patents.”

5. Additionally

Appropriate use: Introduces an additional idea or fact.
Example: “Additionally, we will be hiring more staff to manage the workload.”

6. Also

Appropriate use: Used when adding another piece of information.
Example: “The software update also includes enhanced security features.”

7. Then

Appropriate use: Indicates the next step in a sequence.
Example: “We will finalize the design; then we’ll proceed with the prototype.”

8. Thereafter

Appropriate use: Used to talk about something that follows in time.
Example: “Thereafter, the new policy will be implemented across all departments.”

9. As a next point

Appropriate use: Used to introduce the next item in a discussion or argument.
Example: “As a next point, consider the impact of this decision on our stakeholders.”

10. In the second place

Appropriate use: Formal way to introduce the second in a list of points.
Example: “In the second place, our financial stability allows us to invest more in employee training.”

11. Following this

Appropriate use: Indicates what comes after something in a sequence.
Example: “Following this, we will evaluate the results of the pilot project.”

12. Another reason

Appropriate use: Used to introduce an additional rationale or justification.
Example: “Another reason for the expansion is the increasing demand in Asian markets.”

13. On the next point

Appropriate use: Used to transition to the next topic or point.
Example: “On the next point, I will cover the timeline for the product launch.”

14. In addition

Appropriate use: Adds extra information to what has already been said.
Example: “In addition, we’ve seen a 20% increase in productivity since implementing the new system.”

15. Besides

Appropriate use: Indicates an additional piece of information.
Example: “Besides the main product line, we are also developing ancillary services.”

16. Afterward

Appropriate use: Refers to something happening subsequent to something else.
Example: “The meeting will be held at 10 am, and the workshop will follow afterward.”

17. Consequently

Appropriate use: Indicates a result or effect of something that has just been mentioned.
Example: “Consequently, the company decided to restructure its management team.”

18. Likewise

Appropriate use: Indicates agreement or similarity with a previously mentioned point.
Example: “Our marketing team, likewise, will need to adjust their strategies accordingly.”

19. Similarly

Appropriate use: Indicates a similar case or example.
Example: “Similarly, our competitors have been focusing on improving their online presence.”

20. As well

Appropriate use: Indicates inclusion of something in addition to what’s been already stated.
Example: “We should consider environmental sustainability in our planning, as well.”

Linda Brown