noun, plural mornings after.
Origin of morning after
Examples from the Web for morning after
Morning-after pills, though, are only one part of the debate.Why Can’t the FDA Fix Outdated Birth Control Labels?|Tiffany Stanley|March 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Abortion pills should be available in pharmacies like the morning-after pill.
There was similar opposition to birth control, the morning-after pill—every contraceptive.
Mongolians bravely swallow a glass of pickled sheep eyeballs mixed into tomato juice to chase away their morning-after blues.
He was it must be said looking a little dishevelled, but as we all know an Afghan tan does wonders for that morning-after pallor.
To Keegan there was something inexplicable about Basine's morning-after pose.Gargoyles|Ben Hecht
The ache is as near like the morning-after headache as can be.With the Battle Fleet|Franklin Matthews
She was suffering that morning-after sullenness which follows unusual indulgences in virtue as well as other excesses.What Will People Say?|Rupert Hughes
A large and varied experience as a servant to young gentlemen had inured him to morning-after repentances.The Blower of Bubbles|Arthur Beverley Baxter