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postcolonial

Syllabification: post·co·lo·ni·al
Pronunciation: /ˌpōstkəˈlōniəl
 
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Definition of postcolonial in English:

adjective

Occurring or existing after the end of colonial rule: the postcolonial government postcolonial literature
More example sentences
  • He almost helped to fan or form the idea of post-colonial literature.
  • The following considers some models of identity developed in the field of post-colonial theory.
  • In a historiographical context, the emphasis on Aboriginal agency has been critical to establishing a post-colonial conception of Australian history.

Words that rhyme with postcolonial

baronial, ceremonial, colonial, matrimonial, monial, neocolonial, patrimonial, testimonial

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