Antonyms for after-thoughts

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Many of them were after-thoughts, that occurred along the way.

No regrets will avail, no excuses will help, no after-thoughts can profit us.

Ears, hair, and the other adjuncts come in later as after-thoughts.

His illness and these after-thoughts had taught him lessons, and given him hopes.

Or were some of them after-thoughts, and others in the original version?

These were after-thoughts of men anxious to screen themselves at the expense of others.

But After-thoughts, in this month's Macmillan, is well worth perusal.

But he forgot these after-thoughts in the pleasurable sympathy that his view of the candidate's wife and niece aroused.

A woman's blow gracefully taken adds a score of inches to our stature, floor us as it may: we win the world's after-thoughts.

And I cannot help but remark that after-thoughts are hardly conducive to right results.