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afterglow the light, or the impression of light, that lingers after its source or cause is gone, as after a sunset. [2 definitions]
afterimage a sensory impression, usu. visual, that continues after the stimulus causing it has ceased.
afterlife life after death. [2 definitions]
aftermath the result or consequence of an event. [2 definitions]
aftermost nearest the back or stern, as on a ship; farthest aft.
afternoon the period between noon and evening. [2 definitions]
afternoons in or during any, every, or a usual afternoon.
after one's own heart according to or sharing one's tastes and preferences.
after-school occurring after school hours, esp. from the time school is over until the end of the work day.
aftershave an astringent, scented lotion for use on the face after shaving.
aftershock a small earthquake or a series of small earthquakes that follows a larger one and that originates at or near the same epicenter.
aftertaste a lingering sensation, usu. of taste, sometimes continuing after its cause is gone. [2 definitions]
afterthought something not in an original plan or design. [2 definitions]
afterward at a subsequent time; subsequently.
Ag symbol of the chemical element silver.
ag- to.
again another time. [5 definitions]
again and again a great many times; repeatedly.
against in a manner or following a course contrary to. [5 definitions]
against the law not allowed by the law.
Agamemnon in Greek mythology, the Mycenaean king and commander in chief who led the attack against Troy.