Aftermath (noun)

The consequences or effects that follow an event, especially a significant or unfortunate event.

Origin:

Late middle english: from after + math "mowing" (referred to the grass mown after the harvest), later "result", "consequence".

Examples:

  1. The aftermath of the hurricane left many people homeless.
  2. The aftermath of the war brought about widespread destruction and suffering.
  3. The aftermath of the financial crisis was a period of high unemployment.
  4. The aftermath of the fire was widespread damage.
  5. The aftermath of the election was widespread public discontent.
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