Definition of 'aftertaste'
Example sentences containing 'aftertaste'
She could do little about her pounding head but she had gargled half a bottle of cologne to rid herself of the sour aftertaste of mead.TREASON KEEP (2001)
A fiery spirit burned through her throat and exploded in her stomach, leaving behind an aftertaste redolent of broad grassy plains.COMPULSION (2001)
He sluiced his face and brushed his teeth, but the aftertaste of the chicken could not be dislodged.THE ENDLESS GAME (2001)
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