afterthought[ af-ter-thawt, ahf- ]SEE DEFINITION OF afterthought
Antonyms for afterthought
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFTERTHOUGHT
I claim it as the price of coming, you know, when I was only an afterthought.
Then he added as an afterthought: “To hell with Fyles, and all his damned red-coats.”
He hesitated, then added as an afterthought: “I go away to-morrow.”
I mentioned, as an afterthought, that Mr. Heathcroft had recommended Bancroft's to me.
As an afterthought, he added: "And take this fellow with you."
She added, as if it was an afterthought, that Mrs. Theobald's letter had arrived that morning.
Upon an afterthought he added: "There's no reason why he shouldn't meet the Duke, is there?"
It had been an afterthought of hers, and partially countered on James.
As if by an afterthought, he asked: “Have you any idea of the condition of the mine?”
The stratagem which I have been describing was an afterthought.