postdepression

adjective
post·​de·​pres·​sion | \ ˌpōst-di-ˈpre-shən, -dē-\

Definition of postdepression

occurring or existing after a depression (such as an economic depression) postdepression wages specifically post-Depression : following the Great Depression of 1929 to circa 1939 … she wrote in it of the area's culture of tea cakes, genial manners and racial segregation in the post-Depression era. — Serge F. Kovaleski and Jennifer Crossley Howard

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1922, in the meaning defined above

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