morning after

the morning after (the night before)

A hangover. A: "Ugh, I feel so sick." B: "Sounds like the morning after the night before to me. Weren't you out at the bar last night?"
See also: after, morning, night

morning after (the night before)

a hangover; the feelings associated with having drunk too much alcohol. Do worries about the morning after keep you from having a good time at parties? She's suffering from the morning after the night before.
See also: after, morning
References in classic literature ?
I awoke early on the third morning after my return from Ashby Park--the sun was shining through the blind, and I thought how pleasant it would be to pass through the quiet town and take a solitary ramble on the sands while half the world was in bed.
She searched the curtains every morning after that, but never found anybody within them.
Craven had been sent for the morning after Colin had had his tantrum.
Every morning after the 12 pubs, the two Dubliners will update their on-line tour diary at www.
It was the the morning after to end all morning afters - and the town had the second-biggest hangover in Scotland.
The morning after pill is actually a set of four pills - two lots of two taken 12 hours apart - that can be used up to 72 hours after sex.
She's not touched alcohol for two years after she found herself apologising too many times too many people on too many morning afters.
Also Christy's Jasmine & Evening Primrose Instant Radiance Complex mask, 99p for a sachet - great for morning afters.