Aftermath

Aftermath,

Definition of Aftermath:

  1. The consequences or aftereffects of a significant unpleasant event.

  2. New grass growing after mowing or harvest.

  3. The end result of cumulatively negative effects of adverse and often catastrophic events or situations. For example, the aftermath of a companys bankruptcy can leave many thousands of people unemployed.

Synonyms of Aftermath

Afterbirth, Afterclap, Aftercrop, Aftereffect, Afterglow, Aftergrowth, Afterimage, Afterpain, Aftertaste, Bearing, Bumper crop, By-product, Causation, Conclusion, Consequence, Crop, Descendant, Dynasty, Effect, Event, Eventuality, Fruit, Harvest, Heir, Issue, Line, Lineage, Make, Offspring, Outcome, Output, Placenta, Posterity, Proceeds, Produce, Product, Production, Remainder, Residual, Residuum, Result, Second crop, Secundines, Sequel, Side effect, Successor, Track, Trail, Vintage, Wake, Yield, Repercussions, After-effects, By-product, Fallout, Backwash, Trail, Wake, Corollary

How to use Aftermath in a sentence?

  1. Proper use of slurry and fertilizer are essential to the recovery of silage aftermaths right now.
  2. Food prices soared in the aftermath of the drought.

Meaning of Aftermath & Aftermath Definition