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post-war

adjective
1.
happening or existing after a war: the early post-war years
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  • But such boldness became a virtue in the post-war code of decorum, and she was a bold person, Muriel Tarrant.

    The House by the River A. P. Herbert
  • They discussed, among other things, the post-war division and occupation of Germany.

  • They too have a post-war land-scheme of offering ex-soldiers a free land-grant of 500,000 acres.

  • Possibly there was something in Glenfield's suggestion about post-war slump.

    A Case in Camera Oliver Onions
  • His rise to national prominence as economist for the post-war Administrator of President Drayton in 1966.

    Bear Trap Alan Edward Nourse

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