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Afterthought — Aft er*thought , n. 1. Reflection after an act; later or subsequent thought. [1913 Webster] 2. an action taken after another action and related to the first action, which would normally or optimally be done along with the first action; as, to do… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
afterthought — index hindsight, recollection, retrospect Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
afterthought — (n.) 1660s, from AFTER (Cf. after) + THOUGHT (Cf. thought) … Etymology dictionary
afterthought — [n] idea that occurs after it is timely reconsideration, review, second thought; concept 529 Ant. forethought … New thesaurus
afterthought — ► NOUN ▪ something thought of or added later … English terms dictionary
afterthought — [af′tərthôt΄] n. 1. an idea, explanation, part, etc. coming or added later 2. a thought coming too late, after the occasion for which it was apt … English World dictionary
afterthought — UK [ˈɑːftə(r)ˌθɔːt] / US [ˈæftərˌθɔt] noun [countable] Word forms afterthought : singular afterthought plural afterthoughts 1) something that you think of and say after you have finished speaking She added as an afterthought, I liked him though.… … English dictionary
afterthought — noun (C) 1 as an afterthought thought of and mentioned after you have finished talking about a particular subject: He added as an afterthought, Bring Melanie too. 2 something added later, especially something that was not part of the original… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
afterthought — noun /ˈæft.ɚ.θɔt/ a) A reflection after an act; a later or subsequent thought, action, or expedient. She packed her sandals only as an afterthought, but she was glad she did. b) Something additional to the … Wiktionary
afterthought — af|ter|thought [ æftər,θɔt ] noun count 1. ) something that you think of and say after you have finished speaking: She added as an afterthought, I liked him though. 2. ) something that happens or is done later than something else: This part of… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
afterthought — [[t]ɑ͟ːftə(r)θɔːt, æ̱f [/t]] afterthoughts N COUNT: usu sing, usu a N If you do or say something as an afterthought, you do or say it after something else as an addition, perhaps without careful thought. Almost as an afterthought he added that he … English dictionary