Example sentences for: aftermath

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

  • USA Today leads with the aftermath of the tobacco bill's defeat: A scaled-down Republican-sponsored House measure that neither raises cigarette prices nor offers tobacco companies legal indemnification but which would take aim at teen smoking by revoking the drivers' licenses of teenagers caught with tobacco, as well as the determination of numerous state attorneys general to pursue their individual lawsuits.

  • Meanwhile, the aftermath of war, as dictated by the 1920 Treaty of Trianon, was to cost Hungary very dearly.

  • Both the LAT and the NYT front pictures of the aftermath of the looting and arson rampage that wound up Woodstock '99.

  • The cities "lived in the shadow of the riot ideology," he writes, and it is in the name of "the riot ideology" and of righting the wrongs of racism that liberals went on to justify the violence of the 1960s and its criminal aftermath.

  • The square was the center of world attention during the student demonstrations of 1989 and their tragic aftermath.


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