Examples of aftertaste in a Sentence
The wine has a smooth aftertaste.
Recent Examples of aftertaste from the Web
For seven months, Kevin Zehner’s memories of his acclaimed Kingsway career carried a sour aftertaste.
One tester identified the Show Mead's aftertaste as being similar to the taste of Natty Light.
The tamer sweet sauce lays on a molasseslike aftertaste that sticks to the tongue like an adhesive bandage.
And there’s a lingering aftertaste that mimics dill pickle potato chips, but this isn’t the flavor suicide so many people on social media predicted.
The Necco Wafer is candy people love to hate, triggering happy childhood memories for some while leaving little more than a chalky aftertaste for others.
While having an amber coloring, the Red Pale Ale is light in the mouth, but does have a slight hop aftertaste.
The third tea has fragrant aftertastes to encourage the drinker to reflect on both life's ups and downs and be grateful for the present.
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.
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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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