Synonyms for after-taste
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : af-ter-teyst, ahf-|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈæf tərˌteɪst, ˈɑf-|
Top 10 synonyms for after-taste Other synonyms for the word after-taste
Définition of after-taste
- As in taste : noun flavor of some quality
- As in side effect : noun adverse or unwanted secondary effect
- There are some people like oysters, inasmuch as they leave an after-taste behind them.
- Extract from : « The Slave Of The Lamp » by Henry Seton Merriman
- To whom is not the scorning of wise words bitter in its after-taste?
- Extract from : « The Kath Sarit Sgara » by Somadeva Bhatta
- Almost all have more or less astringency in the after-taste.
- Extract from : « The Pears of New York » by U. P. Hedrick
- Every realization is but an after-taste, but this was almost bitter.
- Extract from : « Mark Gildersleeve » by John S. Sauzade
- This wine reveals itself in all its majesty only in the after-taste.
- Extract from : « Luxury-Gluttony: » by Eugne Sue
- It preserves the after-taste of them, like some unwholesome liquor.
- Extract from : « Sentimental Education Vol 1 » by Gustave Flaubert
- He shot every word out of his mouth as if the after-taste of it were unpleasant to him.
- Extract from : « The Sport of the Gods » by Paul Laurence Dunbar
- Pleasure with after-taste of bitterness is not real pleasure.
- Extract from : « Horace and His Influence » by Grant Showerman
- He drank again, and shuddered with a depraved sense of pleasure at the after-taste of slime in the water.
- Extract from : « An Outcast of the Islands » by Joseph Conrad
- It was the after-taste of the battle, death and pain replacing excitement and exertion.
- Extract from : « Shirley » by Charlotte Bront
Antonyms for after-taste
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