postinaugural

adjective
post·in·au·gu·ral | \ˌpōst-i-ˈnȯ-gyə-rəl, -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

First Known Use of postinaugural

1873, in the meaning defined above

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