Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The time for the arrival of a postman, or for the despatch of letters by mail.

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Examples

  • Race Scenario Frequency Comment The post-time favorite wins 30% Cigar paid $3.40 to win in 1995.

    Making Money on the Breeders' Cup Classic

  • The series has been developed into two anime series, Naruto and its post-time jump sequel Naruto: Shippuuden, featuring a slightly older, more mature cast.

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  • Before a post-time trial (tour de france) bike ride, with live viewing very early tomorrow morning, I am going to try lavender and cherry scones.

    tresser - French Word-A-Day

  • Before a post-time trial tour de france bike ride, with live viewing very early tomorrow morning, I am going to try lavender and cherry scones.

    tresser - French Word-A-Day

  • Stay tuned, we're taking bets right up till post-time.

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  • Knowing that Thompson was somewhere in the country, I watched the house — especially at post-time in the morning — thinking Thompson was pretty likely to write to her.

    Reprinted Pieces

  • He only read one newspaper, innocent of leaders, and was free from that periodicity of sensations which we call post-time.

    Adam Bede

  • It's 4 1/2 hours to post-time at Churchill Downs where folks may be looking to trade their traditional Kentucky Derby hats for umbrellas.

    CNN Transcript May 1, 2004

  • I must try if I can discover some new arrangement, before post-time, which will allow me to say Yes to Miss Verinder, without damage to the service which I have bound myself to render to Mr. Franklin Blake.

    The Moonstone

  • It was just post-time when the messenger returned to me with the address of the house.

    The Woman in White

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