- n. The after-effects of a drinking session; a hangover.
“The next morning after breakfast, Bonnie called Elm Creek Manor from her lanai, missing her friends more than she had since their first days apart.”
“I left for Seoul the morning after the election to participate in a conference on Korea-related policy issues at Yonsei University, which was cohosted by the American Enterprise Institute AEI, where I was senior vice president.”
“Heart-wrenching photo exhibits showed large black and white images of the morning after the disaster, with dead bodies, many of them children, lining the streets awaiting identification.”
“You will want to dress her in her big-kid underpants the morning after the party and start where you left off.”
“He covered admirably the withdrawal from South Mountain, delayed the advance of the Federals to Sharpsburg, and held the enemy in check the morning after the infantry recrossed the Potomac into Virginia.”
“The resolution of Grant showed itself in a dispatch written the morning after Upton attacked: "I am now sending back to Belle Plain all my wagons for a fresh supply of provisions and ammunition, and propose to fight it out on this line if it takes all summer.”
““What Went Wrong?” headlined the New York World-Telegram on the morning after the flight.”
“On the morning after I visited Father Alemencio, every inch of my skin was damp and clammy.”
“The very next morning after Mary Poppinss arrival, Harry walked into the nursery and found the nurse shaking Delilah and saying over and over, Stop crying, no crying!”
“The morning after he got home, he told me that he was going to a motorcycle and car event that night, with his motorcycle buddy Santiago.”
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