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  • adj. Occurring after one's college, especially undergraduate, education


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post- +‎ college


  • Twenty-five to 35 covers you from kind of postcollege to getting married to maybe having the first child.

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  • During this postcollege period of experimental cookery, I passed endless hours poring over both volumes of "Mastering the Art of French Cooking."

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  • Tyler and Anna Mayfield move to Wormwood, Nev., looking to escape the postcollege funk that permeated their lives in Nebraska.

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  • Acidly funny, imaginatively profane and, above all, a sharp reflection of the what-do-I-do-now, postcollege dilemma.

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  • The postcollege experience is something that is weighing on Mr. Rogers.

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  • Such detours were appropriate for the early postcollege career years.

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  • My father spent three years postcollege teaching English as a second language to schoolchildren in a remote village in Japan.

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  • They feel better about their postcollege lives if they feel they are now an adult or close to being one.

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  • Overall parents who nagged their kids in college to do their laundry, clean their room, and limit their drinking were still at it with these postcollege young adults.

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  • Other competitive classes include Olympic Development postcollege and USA vs. the World, where athletes such as Michael Johnson, Bernard Lagat, Torri Edwards, and Jeremy Wariner have made their marks.

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