afterclap

af·ter·clap

 (ăf′tər-klăp′)
n.
An unexpected, often unpleasant sequel to a matter that had been considered closed.
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afterclap

(ˈɑːftəˌklæp)
n
an unexpected, usually unwanted, repercussion of or sequel to an affair which had been thought to be closed
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af•ter•clap

(ˈæf tərˌklæp, ˈɑf-)

n.
an unexpected repercussion.
[1300–1350]
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Encountering a naked man asleep on a bar room floor, in Talbott 's staging of Daniel Reitz's Afterclap, or watching the female protagonist of Napoleon Ellsworth's Don't Pet the Zookeeper assaulted by a masked male thug, has added impact in such close quarters.
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