Definition of Aftertastes

1. Noun. (plural of aftertaste) ¹



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Definition of Aftertastes

1. aftertaste [n] - See also: aftertaste

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aftertastes

aftershaft
aftershafted
aftershafts
aftershave
aftershaves
aftershock
aftershocks
aftershow
afterslip
afterslips
aftersound
aftersun
aftertale
aftertales
aftertaste
aftertastes (current term)
aftertax
afterthink
afterthought
afterthoughts
aftertime
aftertimes
aftertouch
aftertouches
afterwar
afterward
afterwardness
afterwards
afterwardsness
afterwise

Literary usage of Aftertastes

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1. Specimens of Modern English Literary Criticism by William Tenney Brewster (1907)
"... a course of dessert and ices, and the artist in fiction is regarded as a sort of meddlesome doctor who forbids agreeable aftertastes. ..."

2. Belgravia by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1872)
"But eating was a solemn affair; conversation was apt to distract the mind from its due appreciation of rare flavours and delicate aftertastes. ..."

3. What men live by: Work, Play, Love, Worship by Richard Clarke Cabot (1914)
"For its rewards are not immediate, but come in foretastes and aftertastes. It involves postponement and waiting. In the acquisition of wealth, ..."

4. A Handbook of Gastronomy by Brillat-Savarin (1884)
"... the detestable beverage fills the mouth and lines the organ, the sensation is confused and the condition bearable, but at the last mouthful aftertastes ..."

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