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Sentence count:71+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-31Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: descendantsSimilar words: posterpreposterousfostercriteriahysteriahystericalmysteriousesterificationMeaning: [pɑ'sterətɪ /pɒ-]  n. 1. all of the offspring of a given progenitor 2. all future generations. 
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1. Few of his works will go down to posterity.
2. Byron affected to despise posterity.
3. His work must be preserved for posterity.
4. Their music has been preserved for posterity.
5. A photographer recorded the scene on video for posterity.
6. Posterity will remember him as a great man.
7. Fortunately for posterity, Barringer was a stubborn man.
8. But which are the crucial ones to our posterity?
9. Posterity will jump to conclusions: that is its nature.
10. A few are not well known to posterity.
11. Let us just record another similar point for posterity.
12. This wise precaution preserved the Garden for posterity.
13. The loss to posterity is incalculable.
14. Posterity undoubtedly concentrated its attention on St Augustine as a theologian, and on what he wrote about predestination.
15. A gene has only one criterion by which posterity judges it: whether it becomes an ancestor of other genes.
16. But the ill-fated journey was captured for posterity in an extraordinary collection of photographs.
17. Every attempt is being made to ensure that these works of art are preserved for posterity.
18. The names of those who died are recorded for posterity on a tablet at the back of the church.
19. Yet nostalgia movies pose a curious question of cinema sociology: what precisely will their posterity be?
20. Unfortunately for you,[] your work was so influential that you now have no secrets from posterity.
21. The Youth of a Nation are the trustees of posterityBenjamin Disraeli 
22. If you want your hand written words of wisdom saved for posterity use quality paper and permanent ink.
23. For more than a year now Mr Kohl has been locked in a battle to rescue his battered reputation for posterity.
24. Books are the legacies that a great genius leaves to mankind, which are delivered down from generation to generation as presents to the posterity of those who are yet unborn. Joseph Addison 
25. Happily, preservation groups stepped in to save some stock for posterity.
26. Had he not been followed as a Surrey opener by Jack Hobbs, then perhaps he would be better known to posterity.
27. Such a pleasure I hope is before us and our posterity under the influence of the new government....
28. Elia Kazan kept the cameras rolling and caught it for posterity.
29. One can imagine them forthrightly shaking hands and congratulating and thanking each other, but the words are lost to posterity.
30. He had a new strap fitted, but had the old one retained for posterity.
More similar words: posterpreposterousfostercriteriahysteriahystericalmysteriousesterificationpostponepost-warpostcardinheritheritagepostmortemex post factominoritysecurityprioritymeritocracycelebrityauthorityostensibleostensiblypopularitysimilaritywriterostentatiousterritoryinterimsister
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