noun: An idea, response, or explanation that occurs to one after an event or decision.
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December 4th, 2005 at 8: 47 pm wwallace says: afterthought is corrupt and incompetent.
While I wouldn`t use the word afterthought, I was keen to see the media coverage associated with the launch.
I don’t read a lot of books (get your whips out), but I did spend Memorial Day weekend (how appropriate, in afterthought) this year emotionally drained as I slogged through the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Road by Cormac McCarthy (No Country for Old Men).
Blind citizens will not allow themselves to be thought of as a squeezed-in afterthought.
While I wouldn ` t use the word afterthought, I was keen to see the media coverage associated with the launch.
n pavėluotai atėjusi mintis
I had an afterthought man tik po to tai atėjo į galvą