postconsonantal


postconsonantal
\(|) ̷ ̷+\ adjective
Etymology: post- + consonantal
: immediately following a consonant

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/pohst'kon seuh nan"tl/, adj. Phonet.
immediately following a consonant.
[1930-35; POST- + CONSONANTAL]

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postconsonanˈtal (↑consonantal) adj(1)
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Main Entry:post-

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