These can only be used on their own, and will mean the same as le lendemain and la veille, although they're a bit less elegant, more used in speech.
what is meant by "these can only be used on their own"? thank you
As for le jour suivant (on the following day) and le jour précédent (on the previous day), they are used in a past context just like le lendemain and la veille, but always on their own.
My reading is that that they cannot be qualified
Le lendemain de son départ or le lendemain au soir, you cannot say, le jour suivant au soir
Follow the link to a previous question on this very topic: can-only-be-used-on-their-own
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
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