Example sentences for: aftermath

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

  • If there was an event that really precipitated the unraveling, it was not anything Reagan did, but the disastrous invasion of Afghanistan and its aftermath.

  • The LAT fronts and the NYT reefers (with an above-the-fold photo) stories on the aftermath of last week's Indian cyclone, which left about 3,000 to 5,000 dead.

  • It was a bit weird, reading and thinking about England's young literary phenom Will Self, just as Diana's death and its aftermath were flooding the airwaves.

  • This is the late 1960s, abortion is illegal and dangerous, and at the hospitals where Widdicombe works she has seen women bleeding and blue-white with shock in the aftermath of botched abortions--terrified women, dying women.

  • In office, of course, Bush supported MFN renewal even in the immediate aftermath of the Tiananmen Square massacre.


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