from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A sensation which persists after the stimulus that originally caused it is withdrawn.
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- noun Any
sensationthat persistsafter the stimulushas ceased.
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"Diary of a Mad Old Man left me with a strong after-impression, and the sense that the film I wanted to write would be concerned with some of these ideas."
It is likely, however, that Drayton's expressions are not to be taken literally; and that his meaning merely was, that the story of Lucrece had lately been revived, and brought upon the stage of the world: if this opinion be correct, the stanza we have quoted above contains a clear allusion to Shakespeare's _Lucrece_; and a question then presents itself, why Drayton entirely omitted it in the after-impression of his _Matilda_.
The malt really dominates, both in the first taste and the after-impression, with some very slight sweetness and a bit of nutty aromas.