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Post-Impressionism a late-nineteenth-century development in French painting, arising out of Impressionism, in which artists further rejected naturalism to study perceptual subtleties or the expressive dynamics in a subject, often through strong color and bold form.
postinaugural combined form of inaugural.
postindependence combined form of independence.
postindustrial of or designating a society in which the importance of heavy industry is declining, relative to that of technology and service industries.
postinfection combined form of infection.
postinjection combined form of injection.
postinoculation combined form of inoculation.
postirradiation combined form of irradiation.
postischemic combined form of ischemic.
postisolation combined form of isolation.
postlanding combined form of landing.
postliberation combined form of liberation.
postlude a closing musical piece or movement. [3 definitions]
postman one who delivers mail.
postmarital combined form of marital.
postmark an official mark that cancels the postage stamp on a piece of mail and shows the date and place of mailing. [2 definitions]
postmastectomy combined form of mastectomy.
postmaster the government official in charge of a post office.
postmaster general (often cap.) the head of a nation's postal service.
postmedieval combined form of medieval.
postmeridian of, pertaining to, or occurring in the afternoon; after noon.