after-effect

[ af-ter-i-fekt, ahf- ]SEE DEFINITION OF after-effect
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Little she knew him, or guessed the after-effect of her words.

The after-effect of light is modified by the duration of exposure to light.

The after-effect at the maximum is a recovery to the normal equilibrium.

It was the after-effect of his long and difficult river experience.

Most of us, perhaps, have felt this after-effect of dreaming on our waking thoughts.

The same is true of the after-effect of the stimulus of light.

There was no suggestion of an after-effect of the slight concussion of the brain which had rendered him insensible.

The news seemed to stun both men at first, but the after-effect on each was wonderfully different.

The after-effect of intense cold is seen in the condition of inexcitability persisting for a very long period in the morning.

I have likewise found that the after-effect of cold in abolishing the conduction of excitation is also very persistent.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AFTER-EFFECT

by-product

nounside product
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