In the afterglow of the Arab Spring, Randall Lane polls the region to see what has—and hasn't—changed.
But he sorted that out, and for the rest of his long life, basked in the afterglow of the Kennedy White House.
Those with a gift for harem management can leave a woman with warm, nostalgic feelings, an afterglow of romantic gratitude.
RULE: Wait for the afterglow to dissipate—and the pants to go on—before you pick up the phone after sex.
If Anger Management is about the afterglow, Louie is about self-loathing.
Ike was right about their being sloppy, but the beacon of the afterglow gave the bearing straight through.
Those dots prolong the effect of a word or sentence; they lend it an afterglow.
The sun sank below the horizon; the afterglow promised to be both long and beautiful.
It was about two o'clock, and the afterglow had moved around to the north-east.
She never wore a hat, and the red light of the afterglow was turning her rye-hued hair to saffron.