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poster
poster1 /poh"steuhr/, n. 1. a placard or bill posted or intended for posting in a public place, as for advertising. 2. a person who posts bills, placards, etc. [1830-40; POST1 + ...
poster child
1. a child appearing on a poster for a charitable organization. 2. a person or thing that exemplifies or represents: She could be a poster child for good ...
poster color
poster color n. an opaque paint with a binder, such as gum or glue, that is water-soluble, used as for posters * * *
poster color.
See poster paint. [1920-25] * * *
poster paint
an opaque, water-based, typically bright-colored paint with a glue-size or gum binder, that is suitable for use on posters and is usually packaged in jars. Also called poster ...
posterboy
poster boy n. A male poster child. * * *
posterchild
poster child n. 1. A child who appears on a poster as a member of a group benefitted by a charitable organization: a poster child for muscular distrophy. 2. A person who is a ...
postercolor
poster color n. See tempera. * * *
posterestante
poste res·tante (pōstʹ rĕ-stäntʹ) n. A notation written on a letter indicating that the letter should be held at the post office until claimed by the addressee.   [French ...
postergirl
poster girl n. A female poster child. * * *
posteriad
/po stear"ee ad', poh-/, adv. Anat., Zool. toward the posterior; posteriorly. [POSTERI(OR) + -AD3] * * *
posterior
—posteriorly, adv. /po stear"ee euhr, poh-/, adj. 1. situated behind or at the rear of; hinder (opposed to anterior). 2. coming after in order, as in a series. 3. coming after ...
posterior pituitary.
See under pituitary gland. * * *
posteriority
/po stear'ee awr"i tee, -or"-, poh-/, n. the state or quality of being posterior. [1350-1400; ME pos-teriorite < ML posterioritas. See POSTERIOR, -ITY] * * *
posteriorly
See posterior. * * *
posterity
/po ster"i tee/, n. 1. succeeding or future generations collectively: Judgment of this age must be left to posterity. 2. all descendants of one person: His fortune was gradually ...
posterization
/poh'steuhr euh zay"sheuhn/, n. Print. 1. a process for producing a posterlike, high-contrast color reproduction from continuous-tone art by using separation negatives of various ...
postern
/poh"steuhrn, pos"teuhrn/, n. 1. a back door or gate. 2. a private entrance or any entrance other than the main one. adj. 3. of, pertaining to, or resembling a ...
posterpaint
poster paint n. See tempera. * * *
posteruptive
adj. * * *
postesophageal
adj. * * *
postethmoid
adj. * * *
PostExchange
Post Exchange Abbr. PX A service mark used for a store on a military base that sells goods to military personnel and their families or to authorized civilians. * * *
postexercise
adj. * * *
postexilic
/pohst'eg zil"ik, -ek sil"-/, adj. being or occurring subsequent to the exile of the Jews in Babylonia 597-538 B.C. Also, postexilian. [1870-75; POST- + EXILIC] * * *
postexperience
adj. * * *
postexplosion
adj. * * *
postexposure
adj. * * *
postface
postface [pōst′fās΄] n. a concluding statement to a book, explaining or commenting on its purpose, plan, etc. * * *
postfault
n. * * *
postfebrile
adj. * * *
postfeminist
—postfeminism, n. /pohst fem"euh nist/, adj. 1. pertaining to or occurring in the period after the feminist movement of the 1970s. 2. resulting from or incorporating the ...
postfemoral
adj. * * *
postfetal
adj. * * *
postfix
—postfixal, postfixial, adj. v. /pohst fiks", pohst"fiks/; n. /pohst"fiks/, v.t. 1. to affix at the end of something; append; suffix. n. 2. something postfixed. 3. a ...
postfixal
See postfix. * * *
postfixial
See postfixal. * * *
postflight
adj. * * *
postfoetal
adj. * * *
postfoveal
adj. * * *
postfracture
adj., n. * * *
postfreeze
adj. * * *
postfrontal
post·fron·tal (pōst-frŭnʹtl) adj. 1. At the back of the frontal bone; behind the forehead: a postfrontal suture. 2. Toward the rear of the frontal lobe. * * *
postgame
adj. * * *
postganglionic
adj. * * *
postgastric
adj. * * *
Postgate, (Richard) Oliver
▪ 2009       British children's television writer and producer born April 12, 1925, Hendon, Middlesex, Eng. died Dec. 8, 2008, Broadstairs, Kent, Eng. was ...
postgenial
adj. * * *
postgenital
adj. * * *
postglacial
/pohst glay"sheuhl/, adj. Geol. after a given glacial epoch, esp. the Pleistocene. [1850-55; POST- + GLACIAL] * * *
postgrad
/pohst grad"/, adj., n. Informal. postgraduate. [1945-50; by shortening] * * *
postgraduate
/pohst graj"ooh it, -ayt'/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or consisting of post-graduates: a postgraduate seminar. n. 2. a student who is taking advanced work ...
postgraduation
adj. * * *
postgrippal
adj. * * *
postharvest
adj. * * *
posthaste
/pohst"hayst"/, adv. 1. with the greatest possible speed or promptness: to come to a friend's aid posthaste. n. 2. Archaic. great haste. [1530-40; POST3 + HASTE] * * *
postheat
/pohst heet"/, v.t. to heat (a metal piece, as a weld) after working, so as to relieve stresses. [POST- + HEAT] * * *
posthemiplegic
adj. * * *
posthemorrhagic
adj. * * *
posthepatic
adj. * * *
posthexaplar
adj. * * *
posthibernation
adj. * * *
posthippocampal
adj. * * *
posthoc
post hoc (hŏk, hōk) adv. & adj. In or of the form of an argument in which one event is asserted to be the cause of a later event simply by virtue of having happened ...
posthole
/pohst"hohl'/, n. 1. a hole dug in the earth for setting in the end of a post, as for a fence. 2. Archaeol. an excavated hole showing by its shape and by the remains of wood or ...
posthole digger
a tool or device for digging a posthole. * * *
posthospital
adj. * * *
posthumeral
adj. * * *
posthumous
—posthumously, adv. —posthumousness, n. /pos"cheuh meuhs, -choo-/, adj. 1. arising, occurring, or continuing after one's death: a posthumous award for bravery. 2. published ...
posthumously
See posthumous. * * * ➡ medals * * *
posthumousness
See posthumously. * * *
posthyoid
adj. * * *
posthypnotic
—posthypnotically, adv. /pohst'hip not"ik/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the period after hypnosis. 2. (of a suggestion) made during hypnosis so as to be effective after ...
posthypnoticsuggestion
post·hyp·not·ic suggestion (pōst'hĭp-nŏtʹĭk) n. A suggestion made to a hypnotized person that specifies an action to be performed after awakening, often in response to a ...
posthysterical
adj. * * *
postiche
/paw steesh", po-/, adj. 1. superadded, esp. inappropriately, as a sculptural or architectural ornament. 2. artificial, counterfeit, or false. n. 3. an imitation or ...
posticous
/po stuy"keuhs/, adj. Bot. hinder; posterior. [1865-70; < L posticus behind, hinder, deriv. of post after; see -OUS] * * *
posticteric
adj. * * *
posticum
/po stuy"keuhm/, n., pl. postica /-keuh/. 1. epinaos. 2. opisthodomos (def. 1). [1695-1705; < L posticum backdoor, back part (of a building), n. use of neut. of posticus. See ...
postilion
—postilioned, adj. /poh stil"yeuhn, po-/, n. a person who rides the left horse of the leading or only pair of horses drawing a carriage. Also, esp. Brit., postillion. [1580-90; ...
postimpact
adj. * * *
postimperial
adj. * * *
postimpressionism
postimpressionism [pōst΄im presh′ən iz΄əm] n. the theory, practice, or methods of a group of late 19th-cent. painters, including Cézanne, Van Gogh, and Gauguin, who ...
postimpressionist
See postimpressionism. * * *
postimpressionistic
See postimpressionist. * * *
postinaugural
adj. * * *
postincarnation
adj. * * *
postincunabula
adj. * * *
postindustrial
—postindustrialist, n. /pohst'in dus"tree euhl/, adj. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an era following industrialization: The economy of the postindustrial society is ...
postinfarction
adj. * * *
postinfection
adj. * * *
postinfluenzal
adj. * * *
posting
posting1 /poh"sting/, n. assignment to a post, command, or particular location, esp. in a military or governmental capacity. [1790-1800; POST2 + -ING1] posting2 /poh"sting/, n. ...
postinjection
adj. * * *
postinoculation
adj. * * *
postintestinal
adj. * * *
postirradiation
adj. * * *
postisolation
adj. * * *
postjugular
adj. * * *
postlabial
adj.; postlabially, adv. * * *
postlachrymal
adj. * * *
postlanding
adj. * * *
postlapsarian
/pohst'lap sair"ee euhn/, adj. occurring or being after the Fall. [1725-35; POST- + -lapsarian, as in INFRALAPSARIAN, SUPRALAPSARIAN] * * *
postlarval
adj. * * *
postlaryngal
adj. * * *
postlaryngeal
adj. * * *
postlaunch
adj. * * *
postlegal
adj. * * *
postlenticular
adj. * * *
postliberation
adj. * * *
postlicentiate
adj. * * *
postliminium
/pohst'leuh min"ee euhm/, n., pl. postliminia /-min"ee euh/. Internat. Law. postliminy. [ < L; see POSTLIMINY] * * *
postliminy
/pohst lim"euh nee/, n. Internat. Law. the right by which persons and things taken in war are restored to their former status when coming again under the power of the nation to ...
postlude
/pohst"loohd/, n. Music. 1. a concluding piece or movement. 2. a voluntary at the end of a church service. [1850-55; POST- + -lude < L ludus game, modeled on prelude] * * *
postmalarial
adj. * * *
postmammary
adj. * * *
postmammillary
adj. * * *
postman
postman1 /pohst"meuhn/, n., pl. postmen. 1. a postal employee who carries and delivers mail; mail carrier. 2. Archaic. a courier. [1520-30; POST3 + -MAN] Usage. See ...
Postman Pat{™}
a character in a series of children’s books and BBC television programmes written by Ivor Wood (1932– ) and John Cunliffe (1933– ). He is a postman (= a person whose job ...
postmandibular
adj. * * *
postmaniacal
adj. * * *
postman’s knock
(AmE post office) n [U] a traditional children’s game, played e.g. at parties, in which one player pretends to be a postman delivering a letter, knocks on a door, and kisses ...
postmarital
adj. * * *
postmark
/pohst"mahrk'/, n. 1. an official mark stamped on letters and other mail, serving as a cancellation of the postage stamp and indicating the place, date, and sometimes time of ...
postmarriage
n., adj. * * *
postmastectomy
adj. * * *
postmaster
—postmastership, n. /pohst"mas'teuhr, -mah'steuhr/, n. 1. the official in charge of a post office. 2. (formerly) the master of a station that furnished post horses to ...
postmaster general
pl. postmasters general. the executive head of the postal system of a country. [1620-30] * * *
postmastergeneral
postmaster general n. pl. postmasters general Abbr. PMG The executive head of a national postal service. * * *
postmastership
See postmaster. * * *
postmastoid
adj. * * *
postmaterialism
▪ philosophy       value orientation that emphasizes self-expression and quality of life over economic and physical security. The term postmaterialism was first coined ...
postmaxillary
adj. * * *
postmaximal
adj. * * *
postmediaeval
adj. * * *
postmedial
adj. * * *
postmedian
adj. * * *
postmedieval
adj. * * *
postmedullary
adj. * * *
postmeiotic
adj. * * *
postmeningeal
adj. * * *
postmenopausal
adj. * * *
postmenstrual
adj. * * *
postmeridian
/pohst'meuh rid"ee euhn/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the afternoon. 2. occurring after noon: a postmeridian lull. [1620-30; POST- + MERIDIAN] * * *
postmeridiem
post me·rid·i·em (mə-rĭdʹē-əm) adv. & adj. Abbr. P.M. or p.m. or P.M. After noon. Used chiefly in the abbreviated form to specify the hour: 10:30 P.M.; a P.M. ...
postmesenteric
adj. * * *
postmidnight
adj. * * *
postmill
/pohst"mil'/, n. a windmill with machinery mounted on a frame that turns in its entirety to face the wind. [1815-25; POST1 + MILL1] * * *
postmillenarian
post·mil·le·nar·i·an (pōst'mĭl-ə-nârʹē-ən) adj. Of or relating to postmillennialism. n. One who believes in postmillennialism. * * *
postmillenarianism
—postmillenarian, adj., n. /pohst'mil euh nair"ee euh niz'euhm/, n. postmillennialism. [1885-90; POST- + MILLENARIANISM] * * *
postmillennial
/pohst'mi len"ee euhl/, adj. of or pertaining to the period following the millennium. [1850-55; POST- + MILLENNIAL] * * *
postmillennialism
—postmillennialist, n. /pohst'mi len"ee euh liz'euhm/, n. the doctrine or belief that the second coming of Christ will follow the millennium. [1875-80; POSTMILLENNIAL + -ISM] * ...
postmillennialist
See postmillennialism. * * *
postminimalism
—postminimal, adj. —postminimalist, n., adj. /pohst min"euh meuh liz'euhm/, n. (sometimes cap.) a style in painting and sculpture developing in the 1970s, retaining the ...
postmistress
/pohst"mis'tris/, n. a woman in charge of a post office. [1690-1700; POST3 + MISTRESS] Usage. See -ess. * * *
postmodern
/pohst mod"euhrn/, adj. 1. noting or pertaining to architecture of the late 20th century, appearing in the 1960s, that consciously uses complex forms, fantasy, and allusions to ...
Postmodern Literature in Latin America
▪ 1996 by Raymond Leslie Williams        Latin- American literature blossomed and received international acclaim in the 1960s and 1970s with the so-called boom in the ...
postmodernism
—postmodernist, n., adj. /pohst mod"euhr niz'euhm/, n. (sometimes cap.) any of a number of trends or movements in the arts and literature developing in the 1970s in reaction to ...
postmodernist
See postmodernism. * * *
postmortal
adj.; postmortally, adv. * * *
postmortem
/pohst mawr"teuhm/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or occurring in the time following death. 2. of or pertaining to examination of the body after death. 3. occurring after the end of ...
postmortem examination
postmortem examination n. AUTOPSY * * *
postmortemexamination
postmortem examination n. See autopsy. * * *
postmundane
adj. * * *
postmuscular
adj. * * *
postmycotic
adj. * * *
postmyxedemic
adj. * * *
postnasal
/pohst"nay"zeuhl/, adj. located or occurring behind the nose or in the nasopharynx, as a flow of mucus; nasopharyngeal: a postnasal infection. [1895-1900; POST- + NASAL1] * * *
postnasal drip
a trickling of mucus onto the pharyngeal surface from the posterior portion of the nasal cavity, usually caused by a cold or allergy. [1945-50] * * *
postnasaldrip
postnasal drip n. The chronic secretion of mucus from the posterior nasal cavities, often caused by a cold or allergy. * * *
postnatal
/pohst nayt"l/, adj. subsequent to childbirth: postnatal infection. [1855-60; POST- + NATAL] * * *
postnatally
See postnatal. * * *
postnecrotic
adj. * * *
postneonatal
adj. * * *
postnephritic
adj. * * *
postneural
adj. * * *
postneuralgic
adj. * * *
postneuritic
adj. * * *
postneurotic
adj. * * *
postnodal
adj. * * *
postnodular
adj. * * *
postnuclear
adj. * * *
postnuptial
—postnuptially, adv. /pohst nup"sheuhl, -cheuhl/, adj. subsequent to marriage: postnuptial adjustments. [1800-10; POST- + NUPTIAL] Pronunciation. See nuptial. * * *
postnuptially
See postnuptial. * * *
Postojna
▪ Slovenia German  Adelsberg , Italian  Postumia        city, western Slovenia, on the Pivka River northeast of Trieste (Italy). Long a local market centre, it is ...
postolivary
adj. * * *
postomental
adj. * * *
Poston, Tom
▪ 2008 Thomas Gordon Poston        American actor born Oct. 17, 1921 , Columbus, Ohio died April 30, 2007, Los Angeles, Calif. was best remembered for TV roles in ...
postop
/pohst"op'/, Informal. adj. 1. postoperative. adv. 2. postoperatively: We'll have to see how he does postop. Also, post-op. [1970-75; by shortening] * * *
postoperative
—postoperatively, adv. /pohst op"euhr euh tiv, -euh ray'tiv, -op"reuh tiv/, adj. occurring after a surgical operation. [1885-90; POST- + OPERATIVE] * * *
postoperatively
See postoperative. * * *
postoptic
adj. * * *
postoral
adj. * * *
postorbital
/pohst awr"bi tl/, adj. Anat., Zool. located behind the orbit or socket of the eye. [1825-35; POST- + ORBITAL] * * *
postordination
adj. * * *
postorgasmic
adj. * * *
postorgastic
adj. * * *
postosseous
adj. * * *
postpaid
/pohst"payd"/, adj., adv. with the postage prepaid: a postpaid reply card. [1820-30; POST3 + PAID] * * *
postpalpebral
adj. * * *
postpaludal
adj. * * *
postparalytic
adj. * * *
postparental
adj. * * *
postparotid
adj. * * *
postparotitic
adj. * * *
postparoxysmal
adj. * * *
postpartum
/pohst pahr"teuhm/, adj. Obstet. of or noting the period of time following childbirth; after delivery. Cf. antepartum. [1840-50; < NL post partum after childbirth; post POST- + ...
postparturient
adj. * * *
postpatellar
adj. * * *
postpathologic
adj. * * *
postpectoral
adj. * * *
postpeduncular
adj. * * *
postperforated
adj. * * *
postpericardial
adj. * * *
postpharyngal
adj. * * *
postpharyngeal
adj. * * *
postphlebitic
adj. * * *
postphlogistic
adj. * * *
postphrenic
adj. * * *
postphthistic
adj. * * *
postpituitary
adj. * * *
postpneumonic
adj. * * *
postpollination
adj. * * *
postponable
See postpone. * * *
postpone
—postponable, adj. —postponement, n. —postponer, n. /pohst pohn", pohs-/, v.t., postponed, postponing. 1. to put off to a later time; defer: He has postponed his departure ...
postponement
See postponable. * * *
postponer
See postponable. * * *
postpose
/pohst pohz"/, v.t., postposed, postposing. Gram. to place (a grammatical form) after a related grammatical form: The adverb "out" in "put out the light" is postposed in "put the ...
postposition
—postpositional, adj. /pohst'peuh zish"euhn, pohst"peuh zish'euhn/, n. 1. the act of placing after. 2. the state of being so placed. 3. Gram. a. the use of words, particles, or ...
postpositional
See postposition. * * *
postpositionally
See postpositional. * * *
postpositive
—postpositively, adv. /pohst poz"i tiv/, Gram. adj. 1. (of a word, particle, or affix) placed after a word to modify it or to show its relation to other elements of a ...
postpositively
See postpositive. * * *
postprandial
—postprandially, adv. /pohst pran"dee euhl/, adj. after a meal, esp. after dinner: postprandial oratory; a postprandial brandy. [1810-20; POST- + L prandi(um) meal + -AL1] * * *
postprandially
See postprandial. * * *
postpregnancy
adj. * * *
postprimary
adj. * * *
postprison
adj. * * *
postproduction
/pohst'preuh duk"sheuhn/, n. (in motion pictures, recording, etc.) the technical processes, as cutting, editing, and post-synchronization, necessary to ready a filmed or recorded ...
postprophetic
adj. * * *
postprophetical
adj. * * *
postprostate
adj. * * *
postpubertal
adj. * * *
postpuberty
adj. * * *
postpubescent
/pohst'pyooh bes"euhnt/, n. 1. a young person in his or her early teens. adj. 2. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of postpubescents. [POST- + PUBESCENT] * * *
postpuerperal
adj. * * *
postpulmonary
adj. * * *
postpupillary
adj. * * *
postpyloric
adj. * * *
postpyramidal
adj. * * *
postpyretic
adj. * * *
postrachitic
adj. * * *
postrecession
adj. * * *
postrectal
adj. * * *

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