Allison loved his post-prandial cigar,—it agreed with him,—and so did his guest.
I was smoking my post-prandial cigar at the time, at peace with all the world.
For, fired with a post-prandial ambition to obtain a cannon ball, he took to himself a long bamboo, and poked at the tree.
His arrival was celebrated by another feast and post-prandial business agreement, and New France began its brief existence.
Daisy was taking a post-prandial nap inside his beer barrel.
The Royals do not appear to have been at all indifferent to these post-prandial wit-combats.
One evening late in January, Leigh entered Cardington's room with his post-prandial pipe still burning.
Sharlee was alone in the room, concluding the post-prandial chores with the laying of the Turkey-red cloth.
And Colville leaned back against the weather-worn seat with the air of one prepared to give a post-prandial attention.
It was in fair English, and vastly better than the average of post-prandial discourses.
postprandial post·pran·di·al (pōst-prān'dē-əl)
Following a meal, especially dinner.