from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A second game played in order to reverse or improve the issues of the first; hence, the methods taken after the first turn of affairs.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A second game; hence, a subsequent scheme or expedient.
- noun an ancient game very nearly resembling backgammon.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A
secondgame played to reversethe issue of the first; the meansemployed after the first turn of affairs.
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Everyone knows there is an aftergame snack hierarchy.
Phil felt all of sixteen again and remembered as if it were yesterday the repercussions of her aftergame tryst with Kyle Thompson under the bleachers.
Adam; no hope, no aftergame for him as a sinner: yet let us peruse the obligations that lay upon him as a man.
When this famous conference of which I told you some half an hour ago was ended, and our president, our monarch of morals and mulberries had quitted his chair and withdrawn, I played an aftergame of no small moment.
At the worst, that is, if she found I was not disposed to be as virtuous as herself, she knew she might play an aftergame; and could easily relax by degrees from the severity of her chastity, accordingly as I made it worth her while.