Examples of aftertaste in a Sentence
The wine has a smooth aftertaste.
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The chocolate cake is deep and moist with just a little crisp around the edges; and the strawberry glazed lacks the artificial aftertaste of many others.
Four flavors are available: Cola (with no aftertaste!), Peach Tea, Mountain Berry and Island Fruit (which tastes like piña colada).
Dirty tubes can lend the ice cream unpleasant off-notes and aftertastes.
Some people have a genetic predisposition to perceive a weird or unpleasant aftertaste when eating cilantro.
The lime, however, was done very well, providing a citrusy, tart aftertaste that was a good counterpart to the sugar.
Ilsong’s got the sizzle part down, but the beef left a lollipop aftertaste.
While cheese dominated, the seafood flavors came to the forefront on the aftertaste.
There’s a bittersweet flavor to Google’s new ventures, with the sugar kick of an awesome new convenience being accompanied by the aftertaste of ever-greater dependence on this single almighty company.
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AFTERTASTE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aftertaste for English Language Learners
: a taste that remains after something is eaten or drunk
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