Definition of Postdiluvian

1. Noun. Anything living after Noah's flood.

Generic synonyms: Being, Organism



2. Adjective. Existing or occurring after Noah's flood.
Partainyms: Noachian Deluge

Definition of Postdiluvian

1. n. One who lived after the flood.

Definition of Postdiluvian

1. Noun. One who lived after the Biblical Flood. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Postdiluvian

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Postdiluvian

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postdebate
postdebutante
postdecimal
postdecisional
postdefection
postdelivery
postdeployment
postdepositional
postdepositionally
postdepression
postdevaluation
postdict
postdigital
postdiluvial
postdiluvian (current term)
postdiluvians
postdisaster
postdischarge
postdisco
postdive
postdivestiture
postdivorce
postdoc
postdocs
postdoctoral
postdoctorally
postdoctorate
postdose
postdraft

Literary usage of Postdiluvian

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1. The Patriarchal Age: Or, the History and Religion of Mankind : from the by George Smith (1854)
"THE RELIGION OF THE postdiluvian PATRIARCHS."" " ' Revelations made to Noah—Influence of the dispersion on the religion of men— The Book of Job—Divine ..."

2. Practical Geology and Mineralogy: With Instructions for the Qualitative by Joshua Trimmer (1842)
"Division of Extinct Volcanos into Antediluvian and postdiluvian. ... Hence has arisen the classification into antediluvian and postdiluvian volcanos, ..."

3. History and Present Condition of the Barbary States: Comprehending a View of by Michael Russell (1835)
"... —postdiluvian Formation—Uniform Operation of General Laws—ZOOLOGY—Scorpions and ... postdiluvian ..."

4. Mesopotamia and Assyria by James Baillie Fraser (1842)
"All Traces of the most ancient postdiluvian Fabrics probably effaced by subsequent Structures.—Ancient Babylon described.—By what Authors.—Extent. ..."

5. The Gentile Nations: Or, the History and Religion of the Egyptians by George Smith (1854)
"BABYLON the Seat of the first postdiluvian Sovereignty—Conquered and subjected to Assyria—Policy of Assyria toward subject ..."

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