[ af-ter-i-fekt, ahf- ]
/ ˈæf tər ɪˌfɛkt, ˈɑf- /
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How to use aftereffect in a sentence
Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb was not an after-effect of the assault on Benghazi.In Defense of the Libyan Revolution|Bernard-Henri Lévy|January 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But that quick little tingle of half an hour before had had a curious after-effect on Amory.Gray youth|Oliver Onions
It is a positive pleasure to use it for the toilet or bath, as it leaves such a grateful, refreshing after-effect.Intestinal Ills|Alcinous Burton Jamison
The apparent inwardness that is evolved at this level is simply an after-effect of sensuous feelings and desires.Life's Basis and Life's Ideal|Rudolf Eucken
The latent period and the after-effect of stimulus may thus be obtained with the highest accuracy.
After-effect of stimulus seen in highly erect curve in upper part of record, taken 20 minutes after.
British Dictionary definitions for aftereffect
/ (ˈɑːftərɪˌfɛkt) /
any result occurring some time after its cause
med any delayed response to a stimulus or agentCompare side effect
psychol any illusory sensation caused by a stimulus that has ceased
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