from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An effect following its cause after some delay, especially a delayed or prolonged physiological or psychological response to a stimulus.
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- n. Any delayed effect; an effect which is not immediately manifested.
- n. A term used for by recreational dextromethorphan users, meaning hung over. The period of time after a self-induced "high" has worn off, but there is still altered vision and awareness.
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- n. any result that follows its cause after an interval
- n. a delayed effect of a drug or therapy
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"At the start of the year, we all seemed to feel there was an aftereffect from the series with Golden State, where (Nowitzki) was throttled," TNT broadcaster Marv Albert said.
It was a common, short-term aftereffect of spaceflight.
Of advance the aftereffect is a beneath abiding but bargain NFL football jersey.
The aftereffect should be a absolutely rounded, motivated and able sales person.
"It might have been some kind of aftereffect from my merger with the other symbiont back at Starbase One."
If I have bring you into palace was beared, can’t bear assume in aftereffect.
Montgomery's history of generous government spending - on everything from public schools, human services and employee salaries and benefits - ran into a wall of sagging revenue, an aftereffect of the national recession.
Since 2006 we display our liquids and gels, limited to three ounces each, in a clear plastic bag -- the aftereffect of the discovery that year of a nascent plot to bring down commercial flights with liquid explosives.
In the wake of Mr. West's rather lopsided first showing of his womenswear line, DW by Kanye West, at Paris Fashion Week and its rather tumultuous aftereffect, it would perhaps serve the rapper well to understand that a designer's career is not a monologue.
For a company that posted a huge loss only 18 months ago--an aftereffect of an expensive acquisition gone wrong in Europe--it is a turnaround of sorts.