aftermath definition

  • noun:
    • a result, especially of a tragedy or misfortune: famine as an aftermath of drought.
    • a period after a disastrous occasion: in aftermath of war.
    • A second growth or crop in identical season, by grass after mowing.
    • , or farmers' jargon: another mowing; the grass which grows following the very first crop of hay in identical season.
    • thus; whatever occurs after, whatever follows. Features a strongly unfavorable connotation generally in most contexts, implying a preceding disaster.
    • A second going; the grass which expands following the very first crop of hay in identical season; rowen.
    • a moment mowing of grass through the exact same land in the same period. Also known as lattermath, rowen, or rowett, as well as in certain areas, whenever left long-on the ground, fog.
    • the results of a meeting (especially a catastrophic occasion)
    • the end result of a meeting specifically as relative to an individual

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