Examples of aftershock in a Sentence
The first aftershock came just minutes after the earthquake.
Recent Examples of aftershock from the Web
La Liga giants Barcelona are allegedly targeting Manuel Lanzini, as a potential signing to ease the aftershock of Neymar's departure.
The aftershocks are still being felt within Southlake Carroll volleyball.
But, even as world leaders and ordinary citizens alike immediately began struggling to process the metaphorical aftershocks, one specific set of people had to face something else.
In the TV version of the plot, things were (mostly) returned to normal within an hour, albeit with specific aftershocks that drove future episodes.
And its aftershocks are rippling far across the country. * * * The roots of Operation Dignity lie in the aftermath of the 2012 jihadist attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission that killed Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.
The aftershocks of his death reverberate through every frame of Season 3 as Detective Inspector Alec Hardy (David Tennant) and Detective Sgt.
Preliminary earthquake information shows that about 28 minor aftershocks occurred in the area, ranging in magnitude from 0.6. to 3.2 following the 3.7 magnitude shaker.
Since its 1990 debut, the Tremors franchise has grown to include several direct-to-video sequels, such as the 1996 follow-up, Tremors 2: Aftershocks, which featured original franchise co-star Fred Ward as Earl Bassett.
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First Known Use of aftershock
AFTERSHOCK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aftershock for English Language Learners
: a smaller earthquake that occurs after a larger one
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