A second, a further, an additional; one more, one further: with a noun expressed or understood. Of the same series.“You mistake me, friend,” cries Partridge: “I did not mean to abuse the cloth; I only said your conclusion was a non sequitur.”Of the same kind, nature, or character, though different in substance: used by way of comparison.A different, distinct (with a noun expressed or understood); especially, of persons, a different person, some one else, any one else. Distinct in place, time, or personality, or non-identical individually.Of a different kind, nature, or character, though the same in substance: used by way of contrast: as, he has become another man.[Another always implies a series of two or more, starting with one, which is often necessarily expressed: as, he tried one, and then another; he went one way, and I went another; they went out one after another.That is: Bear ye (each one of you) another's burdens. So each other (which see, under each).