Examples from the Web for postprandial
The postprandial moment has never struck me as a time for joe.Overrated/Underrated: Food, Glorious and Otherwise|Michael Tomasky|June 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
None of them impressed me with a very high idea of English postprandial oratory.
Like the burden of our sins, the postprandial odor of them must be sometimes intolerable.Dealings With The Dead|A Sexton of the Old School
The wit and gaiety, the range and the emphasis of their postprandial conversation can be imagined.Vie de Bohme|Orlo Williams
British Dictionary definitions for postprandial
Word Origin and History for postprandial
also post-prandial, 1820, from post- "after" + Latin prandium "luncheon" (usually bread, fish, or cold meat, taken around noon), from *pram "early" (from PIE *pre-, variant of root per- (1) "forward, through;" see per) + edere "to eat" (see edible) + -al (1).