afterings

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afterings (plural only)

  1. The last milk that is obtained when milking a cow. Often considered the poorest quality of milk.
    All that was left in the cow were the afterings.
  2. (by extension) the last of any substance that is of a poorer quality than the earlier substance, e.g. the dregs of coffee.

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Last modified on 30 January 2014, at 22:45