Example sentences for: aftermath

How can you use “aftermath” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In the aftermath of the recent revelation that a celebrated 19-year-old writer on "Felicity" is actually thirty-two, the LAT front reports that according to a new study from the West Coast branch of the movie and TV writers union, writers under age thirty--most of them white males--are increasingly dominating TV and movies.

  • The congressional election aftermath produces the day's two lead stories.

  • GAO was created in 1921 as a result of the Budget and Accounting Act, a law designed to improve government financial controls and management in the aftermath of World War I. Wartime spending had increased the national debt, escalated costs for many government purchases, and created substantial disarray in the financial operations of the War Department and other agencies.

  • The exhibits powerfully document the build-up to the dropping of the atomic bomb on Nagasaki and the appalling effects of the blast itself and its aftermath.

  • In the aftermath of the war, Poland was Sovietized, with the installation of a Soviet-friendly communist regime, the nationalization of businesses, confiscation of church property, and forced exile of political and religious leaders.


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