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Origin of posterity
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As he once told Brassai, the Gagosian exhibition catalog states, “I want to leave as complete a record as possible for posterity.”
Her face was cast into a plaster mold, preserving her shy smile for posterity.Brooklyn’s Museum of Death: Inside Morbid Anatomy’s House of Intriguing Horrors|Nina Strochlic|July 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And our victory in that war decided not just a century, but shaped the security and well-being of all posterity.
If not for posterity, if not for the defense of the United States Constitution, then do it for Mickey.Our Dumb Puritan Laws: Sex Bans and Illegal Adultery|Kevin Bleyer|April 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Comedy is the title which Dante gives to his trilogy and posterity has added the prefix adjective divine.Dante: "The Central Man of All the World"|John T. Slattery
Still the falsehood will go down to posterity,” said Lady Clementina; “and after ages will think I was a gambler.Nature and Art|Mrs. Inchbald
It is only now, now, for the first time, that I have been fancying myself going down to posterity in the company of the immortals.The Gorgeous Isle|Gertrude Atherton
The nature of her relations to him should ensure the preservation of her name to posterity.Women of Modern France (Illustrated)|Hugo Paul Thieme (1870-1940)
To have broken his word is a crime for which posterity will never forgive Moore.My Recollections of Lord Byron|Teresa Guiccioli
Word Origin for posterity
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.