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post-Cambrian
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post-Cartesian
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post-Cesarean
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post-Chaucerian
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post-Christian
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post-Christmas
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post-classical
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post-Columbian
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post-Confucian
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post-Copernican
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post-Crusade
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post-Darwinian
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post-Davidic
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post-Devonian
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post-Diocletian
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post-Easter
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post-Eocene
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post-free
/pohst"free"/, adj. 1. that may be sent free of postal charges, as government mail. 2. Brit. postpaid. adv. 3. Brit. postpaid. [1880-85] * * *
post-Freudian
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post-Galilean
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post-Gothic
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post-Hittite
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post-Homeric
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post-Ibsen
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Post-Impressionism
—Post-Impressionist, adj., n. —Post-Impressionistic, adj. /pohst'im presh"euh niz'euhm/, n. a varied development of Impressionism by a group of painters chiefly between 1880 ...
Post-it
/pohst"it/, Trademark. 1. a small notepad with an adhesive strip on the back of each sheet that allows it to stick to smooth surfaces and be repositioned with ease. 2. a sheet ...
Post-it{™}
a product name for small pads of paper with a strip of special glue on the back of each piece which allows it to be stuck to something and removed easily. Post-its can have many ...
post-Johnsonian
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post-Jurassic
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post-Justinian
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post-Jutland
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post-Kansan
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post-Kantian
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post-Leibnizian
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post-Lent
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post-Linnean
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post-looping
/pohst looh"ping/, n. Motion Pictures, Television. post-synchronization. * * *
post-Marxian
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post-Mendelian
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post-Mesozoic
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post-Miocene
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post-Mishnaic
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post-Mishnic
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post-Mishnical
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post-Mosaic
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post-Mycenean
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post-Napoleonic
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post-Newtonian
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post-obit
/pohst oh"bit, -ob"it/, adj. effective after a particular person's death. [1745-55; < L post obitum after death] * * *
post-obit bond
a bond paying a sum of money after the death of some specified person. [1780-90] * * *
post-Oligocene
adj. * * *
post-op
post-op also post·op (pōstʹŏp') Informal adj. Postoperative: post-op care; post-op complications. n. 1. A postoperative patient. 2. A section of a hospital providing ...
post-Ordovician
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post-Paleozoic
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post-Pauline
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post-Permian
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post-Petrine
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post-Phidian
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post-Platonic
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post-Pliocene
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post-polio syndrome
/pohst poh"lee oh'/ Pathol. muscle weakness occurring several decades after recovery from a polio infection, caused by fatiguing of collateral nerve axons developed during ...
post-poliosyndrome
post-po·li·o syndrome (pōst-pōʹlē-ō') n. A condition affecting poliomyelitis patients several decades after the initial attack, characterized by fatigue, muscular ...
post-rock
▪ music       genre of experimental rock music that combined elements of art rock, jazz, and alternative (alternative rock) with electronic (electronic music) ...
post-Roman
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post-Romantic
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post-Silurian
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post-Socratic
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post-synchronization
/pohst'sing kreuh neuh zay"sheuhn/, n. Motion Pictures, Television. the recording of dialogue and sound effects in synchronization with the picture after the film has been shot. ...
post-Talmudic
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post-Talmudical
adj. * * *
post-Tertiary
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post-traumatic stress disorder
post-traumatic stress disorder [pōst′trô mat′ik] n. a condition characterized by recurring and, often, disabling symptoms of anxiety, depression, etc., that later affects ...
post-Triassic
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post-Tridentine
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post-Vedic
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post-Victorian
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post-Volstead
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post-Watergate
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postabdomen
n. * * *
postabdominal
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postabortion
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postaccident
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postacetabular
adj. * * *
postact
n. * * *
postadolescent
adj., n. * * *
postage
/poh"stij/, n. the charge for the conveyance of a letter or other matter sent by mail, usually prepaid by means of a stamp or stamps. [1580-90; POST3 + -AGE] * * *
postage due stamp
a stamp that is affixed to mail at a post office when prepayment of postage is insufficient, to indicate the amount that must be collected from the addressee. [1890-95, Amer.] * ...
postage meter
an office machine used in bulk mailing that imprints prepaid postage and a dated postmark. [1925-30] * * *
postage stamp
a small gummed label issued by postal authorities that can be affixed to an envelope, postcard, or package as evidence that postal charges have been paid. Also called ...
postage-stamp
/poh"stij stamp'/, adj. Informal. of very small area or size: a postage-stamp bikini. [1960-65] * * *
postagemeter
postage meter n. A machine used in bulk mailing to print the correct amount of postage for each piece of mail, either directly on the piece or on a label to be put on the ...
postagestamp
postage stamp n. A small, usually adhesive label issued by a government and sold in various denominations to be affixed to items of mail as evidence of the payment of postage. * ...
postal
—postally, adv. /pohs"tl/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the post office or mail service: postal delivery; postal employees. 2. go postal, Slang. to lose control or go ...
postal card
1. a card sold by the post office with a stamp already printed on it. 2. postcard (def. 1). [1870-75, Amer.] * * *
postal carrier.
See mail carrier. * * *
postal code
1. Brit. postcode. 2. Canadian. a mailing code system similar to the zip code in the U.S. and the postcode in Britain. [1965-70] * * *
postal delivery zone
zone (def. 10). * * *
postal district
n a district of a British town or city that has been given a particular code by the Post Office. Most postal districts have one or two letters for the town, and a number for the ...
postal order
Chiefly Brit. See money order. [1895-1900] * * *
postal savings bank
any of the savings banks formerly operated by local post offices and limited to small accounts. [1890-95] * * *
postal service
postal service n. POST OFFICE (sense 1) * * *
postal services
Most letters and packages posted in Britain are dealt with by the Royal Mail, which is part of the Royal Mail Group, together with Parcelforce, which delivers larger packages, ...
postal stationery
Philately. an envelope, postal card, wrapper, or aérogramme, with the stamp printed directly on the paper. * * *
postal storage car
a railroad car for transporting unsorted mail. * * *
postal system
System that allows persons to send letters, parcels, or packages to addressees in the same country or abroad. Postal systems are usually government-run and paid for by a ...
postal union
an international agreement on postal rates and services. Cf. Universal Postal Union. [1870-75] * * *
postalcard
postal card n. An unadorned card printed with the image of a postage stamp, issued by a government and used for sending messages. Also called post card. * * *
postallantoic
adj. * * *
postally
See postal. * * *
postalorder
postal order n. Chiefly British A money order. * * *
postalservice
postal service n. See post office. * * *
postalveolar
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postamniotic
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postamputation
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postanal
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postanesthetic
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postantennal
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postaortic
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postapocalyptic
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postapoplectic
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postapostolic
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postapostolical
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postarrest
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postarterial
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postarthritic
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postarticular
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postarytenoid
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postasthmatic
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postatomic
/pohst'euh tom"ik/, adj. existing since or subsequent to the explosion of the first atomic bomb or the invention of atomic weapons: the political tensions of the postatomic ...
postattack
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postaudit
/pohst aw"dit/, n. Accounting. an audit of accounting records, conducted at some interval of time after a transaction or a series of transactions has already occurred. Also, ...
postauditory
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postauricular
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postaxial
—postaxially, adv. /pohst ak"see euhl/, adj. Anat., Zool. pertaining to or situated behind the axis of the body, esp. the posterior side of the axis of a limb. [1870-75; POST- ...
postaxially
See postaxial. * * *
postaxillary
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postbaptismal
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postbellum
/pohst bel"euhm/, adj. occurring after a war, esp. after the American Civil War: postbellum reforms. [1870-75; < L post bellum after the war] * * *
postbourgeois
adj. * * *
postbox
/pohst"boks'/, n. Chiefly Brit. a mailbox, esp. one for public deposit of mail. [1745-55; POST3 + BOX1] * * *
postboxes
➡ postal services * * *
postboy
/pohst"boy'/, n. 1. (formerly) a boy or man who rode post or carried mail. 2. a postilion. [1580-90; POST3 + BOY] * * *
postbrachial
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postbrachium
n., pl. postbrachia. * * *
postbreakfast
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postbronchial
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postbuccal
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postbulbar
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postbursal
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postcaecal
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postcanonical
/pohst'keuh non"i keuhl/, adj. written at a later date than the books belonging to a canon, esp. the Bible. [1895-1900; POST- + CANONICAL] * * *
postcard
/pohst"kahrd'/, n. 1. Also called picture postcard. a small, commercially printed card, usually having a picture on one side and space for a short message on the other. 2. See ...
postcardiac
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postcardinal
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postcarotid
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postcatarrhal
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postcaudal
adj. * * *
postcava
—postcaval, adj. /pohst kay"veuh, -kah"-/, n., pl. postcavae /-kay"vee, -kah"vuy/. See under vena cava. [1865-70; POST- + (VENA) CAVA] * * *
postcentral
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postcephalic
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postcerebellar
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postcerebral
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postchaise
post chaise n. A closed, four-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage, formerly used to transport mail and passengers. * * *
postclassical
post·clas·si·cal (pōst-klăsʹĭ-kəl) adj. Of, relating to, or being a time following a classical period, as in art or literature. * * *
postcode
/pohst"kohd'/, n. Brit. an official post office code, similar to the U.S. zip code, that adds numbers and letters to addresses to expedite mail delivery. Also called postal ...
postcoital
adj.; postcoitally, adv. * * *
postcollege
n., adj. * * *
postcollegiate
adj. * * *
postcolon
adj. * * *
postcolonial
/pohst'keuh loh"nee euhl/, adj. of or pertaining to the period following a state of colonialism. [1930-35; POST- + COLONIAL] * * *
postcolumellar
adj. * * *
postcommunicant
adj. * * *
postcommunion
/pohst'keuh myoohn"yeuhn/, n. Eccles. the part of a communion service that follows after the congregation has received communion. [1475-85; < ML postcommunion- (s. of ...
postconception
adj. * * *
postconceptual
adj. * * *
postconcert
adj. * * *
postconciliar
/pohst'keuhn sil"ee euhr/, adj. occurring or continuing after the Vatican ecumenical council of 1962-65. [1965-70; POST- + CONCILIAR] * * *
postcondylar
adj. * * *
postconnubial
adj. * * *
postconquest
adj. * * *
postconsonantal
/pohst'kon seuh nan"tl/, adj. Phonet. immediately following a consonant. [1930-35; POST- + CONSONANTAL] * * *
postconsumer
post·con·sum·er (pōst'kən-so͞oʹmər) adj. Of or relating to products that have been used and recycled by consumers: paper made from postconsumer waste. * * *
postcontract
n. * * *
postconvention
adj. * * *
postconvulsive
adj. * * *
postcoronary
adj. * * *
postcostal
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postcoup
adj. * * *
postcoxal
adj. * * *
postcranial
/pohst kray"nee euhl/, adj. Anat., Zool. 1. located posterior to the head. 2. pertaining to or involving parts of the body that lie posterior to the head. [1910-15; POST- + ...
postcranially
See postcranial. * * *
postcretaceous
adj. * * *
postcrisis
adj., n., pl. postcrises. * * *
postcritical
adj. * * *
postcruciate
adj. * * *
postcrural
adj. * * *
postcubital
adj. * * *
postdate
/pohst dayt", pohst"-/, v.t., postdated, postdating. 1. to date (a check, invoice, letter, document) with a date later than the actual date. 2. to follow in time: His recognition ...
postdeadline
adj. * * *
postdebate
adj. * * *
postdebutante
n., adj. * * *
postdelivery
adj. * * *
postdental
adj., n. * * *
postdepression
adj. * * *
postdepressive
adj. * * *
postdetermined
adj. * * *
postdeterminer
/pohst'di terr"meuh neuhr/, n. Gram. a member of a subclass of English adjectival words, including ordinal and cardinal numbers, that may be placed after an article or other ...
postdevaluation
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postdiagnostic
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postdiastolic
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postdigestive
adj. * * *
postdigital
adj. * * *
postdiluvian
/pohst'di looh"vee euhn/, adj. 1. existing or occurring after the Biblical Flood. n. 2. a person who lived after the Biblical Flood. [1670-80; POST- + DILUVIAN] * * *
postdiphtherial
adj. * * *
postdiphtheric
adj. * * *
postdisapproved
adj. * * *
postdiscoidal
adj. * * *
postdive
adj. * * *
postdoc
/pohst dok"/, Informal. n. 1. a postdoctoral award or scholar. adj. 2. postdoctoral. [1965-70; by shortening] * * *
postdoctoral
/pohst dok"teuhr euhl/, adj. of or pertaining to study or professional work undertaken after the receipt of a doctorate: postdoctoral courses. [1935-40; POST- + DOCTORAL] * * *
postdysenteric
adj. * * *
poste restante
/pohst' re stahnt"/ or, esp. Brit., /res"tahnt/; Fr. /pawst rddes tahonnt"/ 1. a direction written on mail to indicate that it should be held at the post office until called for ...
posted
➡ postal services * * *
posteducational
adj. * * *
Postel, Jonathan Bruce
▪ 1999       American computer scientist (b. Aug. 6, 1943, Altadena, Calif.—d. Oct. 16, 1998, Santa Monica, Calif.), was lauded for his work as a creator and manager ...
postelection
adj. * * *
postelemental
adj. * * *
postelementary
adj. * * *
postembryonic
/pohst em'bree on"ik, pohst'em-/, adj. occurring after the embryonic phase. [1890-95; POST- + EMBRYONIC] * * *
postemergence
/pohst'i merr"jeuhns/, adj. occurring or applied after emergence of a plant from the soil and before full growth: postemergence frost. [1935-40; POST- + EMERGENCE] * * *
postemergency
adj. * * *
postepileptic
adj. * * *

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