from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A subjective sensation of sound which remains after the sound itself has ceased.
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* The vowels, _a_, _e_, _i_, _o_, _u_, should in Esperanto be pronounced quite purely*, and entirely without any drawling after-sound.
But this time, as their eyes met and the syllables issued from her lips, he noticed that a singular after-sound -- an exceedingly soft yet vibrant overtone -- accompanied it.
Great Britain, on the contrary, the fore-sound is perceptible to four, and the after-sound to three, out of every five observers; and these proportions are maintained roughly to considerable distances from the epicentre.