post-Reformation

adjective
post-Ref·​or·​ma·​tion | \ ˌpōst-ˌre-fər-ˈmā-shən How to pronounce post-Reformation (audio) \

Definition of post-Reformation

: occurring or existing after the Reformation post-Reformation England post-Reformation religious doctrines Yet no matter how rulers dictated the practice of religion in a post-Reformation world, they could not quell intellectual doubt and religious dissent.— Paula Findlen

First Known Use of post-Reformation

1850, in the meaning defined above

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“Post-Reformation.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/post-Reformation. Accessed 8 May. 2021.

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