postinaugural

adjective
post·​in·​au·​gu·​ral | \ ˌpōst-i-ˈnȯ-gyə-rəl How to pronounce postinaugural (audio) , -g(ə-)rəl\

Definition of postinaugural

: following an inauguration a postinaugural reception Having lost his postinaugural momentum to talk radio, the president opened the 1993–94 television season by commandeering Nightline …— J. Hoberman

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1873, in the meaning defined above

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