a visual image or other sense impression that persists after the stimulus that caused it is no longer operative.
appearance, perception, eye, vision, view, ken, eyesight, seeing, apprehension, visibility, eyes, eyeshot, viewing, apperception
Origin of afterimage
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a sustained or renewed sensation, esp visual, after the original stimulus has ceasedAlso called: aftersensation, photogene
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A visual image that persists after the visual stimulus causing it has ceased to act.photogene
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