Definition of Aftermath:
The consequences or aftereffects of a significant unpleasant event.
New grass growing after mowing or harvest.
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?
- Proper use of slurry and fertilizer are essential to the recovery of silage aftermaths right now.
- Food prices soared in the aftermath of the drought.
Meaning of Aftermath & Aftermath Definition