Aftertaste (noun)

  1. An aftertaste is the lingering taste that remains in the mouth after eating or drinking something.
  2. In a broader sense, aftertaste can also refer to any residual sensation or impression that remains after an experience.

Origin:

Aftertaste is a compound word formed from "after" and "taste".

Examples:

  1. The aftertaste of the wine was a pleasant combination of fruit and spice.
  2. The aftertaste of the meal was unpleasant, leaving a greasy feeling in the mouth.
  3. The aftertaste of the conversation was awkward and tense.
  4. The aftertaste of the concert was a feeling of euphoria and happiness.
  5. The aftertaste of the adventure was a sense of wonder and excitement.
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