aftermath[ af-ter-math, ahf- ]SEE DEFINITION OF aftermath
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But in her sweet way she had given him her woman's aftermath of love.
The aftermath, however, does not come up to the expectations of the good Medium.
A friendship which is the aftermath of love is the shadow after the substance.
We hear about "The jack of all trades," but the aftermath of the jack of all trades is "master of none."
I need not detail the aftermath of our emergence from the atom.
With one aftermath of the Pilgrimage of Grace he had yet to deal.
And to the aftermath that follows for all who win too easily and too soon.
"That might be no more than the aftermath of deep shock," Cal said.
In Norfolk this is called "aftermath eddish," and "rowans" or "rawins."
But these things were the aftermath of a harvest reaped by half a dozen sentences.
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