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 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.

  • In the aftermath of the Opium Wars, trade in “foreign mud” was resumed at a level even higher than before, although the major traders, by now respectable and diversified, stopped their trading in 1907.

  • USA Today and the Washington Post lead with the sodden aftermath of Floyd, which President Clinton spent yesterday inspecting.

  • A succession of short-lived coalition governments wrestled with the problems posed by separatist movements of the various island groups, dislocation caused by war and its aftermath, a badly neglected infrastructure, and the colo-nial legacy of over-exploited plantations.

  • 2/12/99 Amid expectations that neither impeachment article will get majority support in the Senate, both sides gear up for the aftermath.


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