Definition of afternote
- … made The Dead Alive a particularly fascinating read in 1874 because, as Collins wrote in an afternote, he based the novel on a real-life murder case …
- —Tom McNamee, Chicago Sun-Times, 1 Jan. 2006
- … while the ale's stronger, fruitier flavors masked the shellfish, the malt liquor provided only a slightly metallic afternote, letting through more of the essence of the mussels.
- —Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 14 June 2001