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  • noun Plural form of aftertaste.

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Examples

  • Long, sweet, flavour-saturated aftertastes are good.

    Can coffee wreck your marriage?

  • In 2011, Americans, despite the bitter aftertastes of the recession, will be offering redos to possibly even the most egregious corporate and celebrity wrongdoers.

    Marian Salzman: Reinvention, Part II

  • In 2011, Americans, despite the bitter aftertastes of the recession, will be offering redos to possibly even the most egregious corporate and celebrity wrongdoers.

    Marian Salzman: Reinvention, Part II

  • In 2011, Americans, despite the bitter aftertastes of the recession, will be offering redos to possibly even the most egregious corporate and celebrity wrongdoers.

    Marian Salzman: Reinvention, Part II

  • In 2011, Americans, despite the bitter aftertastes of the recession, will be offering redos to possibly even the most egregious corporate and celebrity wrongdoers.

    Marian Salzman: Reinvention, Part II

  • In 2011, Americans, despite the bitter aftertastes of the recession, will be offering redos to possibly even the most egregious corporate and celebrity wrongdoers.

    Marian Salzman: Reinvention, Part II

  • In a celebratory mood, I went for 'wicked', a strange mix whose odd combination of allspice, cinnamon and different chilis had me seeing Juliet Binoche's lovely face until the aftertastes started swirling around my mouth and creeping down my spine.

    Stars and Stripes Over La Quinta, California

  • In 2011, Americans, despite the bitter aftertastes of the recession, will be offering redos to possibly even the most egregious corporate and celebrity wrongdoers.

    Marian Salzman: Reinvention, Part II

  • In a celebratory mood, I went for 'wicked', a strange mix whose odd combination of allspice, cinnamon and different chilis had me seeing Juliet Binoche's lovely face until the aftertastes started swirling around my mouth and creeping down my spine.

    Giles Slade: Stars and Stripes Over La Quinta, California

  • In 2011, Americans, despite the bitter aftertastes of the recession, will be offering redos to possibly even the most egregious corporate and celebrity wrongdoers.

    Marian Salzman: Reinvention, Part II

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