Upward mobility and reward for work seems to be an afterthought for all concerned.
Team Obama is all but acknowledging that in a second term, the two state solution will be an afterthought.
Almost as an afterthought he flashed me another knowing grin, but again his eyes told me to let sleeping dogs lie.
Yes, it contained the requisite praise, but Romney was almost an afterthought.
Students—both victims and the accused—are not even an afterthought; they are completely left out of the guidelines.
Possibly Mrs. Behn sent the Dedicatory Epistle to press as an afterthought at the last moment and did not see a proof.
Only, as though by an afterthought, she bade them leave the ivory harp.
Upon an afterthought he added: "There's no reason why he shouldn't meet the Duke, is there?"
Then he inquired as an afterthought: “Would he snap or chaw me up a-tall?”
Dionysus/Bacchus was the God of wine, among other things, and women and song had been thrown in as an afterthought.