Instantly eviscerated by bloggers, the clip was quickly pulled off the Web—but not before it could be preserved for posterity.
One wonders if this is the kind of quote that Bush 41 wants to live on in posterity.
A journey to a distant place occasions a greater, more consequential journey in time—“a voyage to my own posterity,” he calls it.
Obtaining this understanding and posterity is easy, according to the website.
Her face was cast into a plaster mold, preserving her shy smile for posterity.
As for the college, it has evidently made its toilet for posterity.
For I would fain have some resemblance of myself in my posterity, he, Thy?
One day our posterity will marvel at our ignorance of causes so clear to them.
In a deed of the year 679, the language is, "as it is granted so do you hold it and your posterity."
Moreover, the circumcision of Abraham led to no continuation; his posterity was not circumcised till the time of Joshua.
late 14c., from Old French posterité (14c.), from Latin posteritatem (nominative posteritas) "future, future time; after-generation, offspring;" literally "the condition of coming after," from posterus "coming after, subsequent," from post "after" (see post-). Old English words for this included æftercneoreso, framcynn.