Definitions

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  • noun A note appended after the main body of text.

Etymologies

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after +‎ note

Examples

  • Where before there had been the sharp smell of industrial laundry detergent tinged with our own aroma of sweat and cardamom, now there was an afternote of lavender and sweet milk, a fragrance that seemed to waft from the folds of her soft, grey sleep clothes.

    Passeridae

  • That the baby had died was like a sad afternote to the story that went around; what people cared about was that the baby had lived for a year, had had a fighting chance.

    The Love Goddess’ Cooking School

  • That the baby had died was like a sad afternote to the story that went around; what people cared about was that the baby had lived for a year, had had a fighting chance.

    The Love Goddess’ Cooking School

  • UPDATE : afternote: this whole diary was terribly disjointed, unorganized, and probably hard to read.

    My next vehicle purchase will DEFINITELY be a Toyota | RedState

  • That the baby had died was like a sad afternote to the story that went around; what people cared about was that the baby had lived for a year, had had a fighting chance.

    The Love Goddess’ Cooking School

  • Also, just an afternote to undermine the seemingly organic passion I appear to display for the Academy Awards: It's really not, cos 'I don't think I'd be that interested if I weren't already infatuated with Leo and eager to trace his rise to greater stardom.

    rouflaquette Diary Entry

  • My Kalua Pig tasted sweet with some kind of herb-y, aromatic afternote that reminded me of Taiwanese food.

    $40 in Oahu #2 - Lunch

  • My Kalua Pig tasted sweet with some kind of herb-y, aromatic afternote that reminded me of Taiwanese food.

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • As an afternote, I guess Bruna’s are counted as bookstores, even though I consider them newsagencies that also sell books.

    Boekenweek « The expat numbat: from AU to NL

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