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1A morning on which a person has a hangover.
- ‘There are more lessons to be learned, but those are my initial thoughts on this morning after.’
- ‘The morning after I took my first dose, I woke up with a strange headache.’
- ‘Then he added, jokingly, ‘It might have been a morning after a frat party.’’
- ‘One terrible morning after, Andy prepares a remark-able hangover cure for him.’
- 1.1A hangover.
- ‘There is no morning after if the night never ends, so get up and get right back into it.’
- 1.2An unpleasant aftermath of imprudent behavior.‘his first year of college was one long party—eventually he would have to face the morning after’
- ‘There's got to be a morning after, as the line from the disaster movie song goes.’
- ‘The people have spoken and they have voted for war. there's got to be a morning after there's got to be a morning after…’
- ‘It's as if Hollywood were experiencing some unusual fabric shortage, and I wouldn't be surprised if a legion of actresses have colds or flus by morning after.’
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