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posthumously

[ pos-chuh-muhs-lee, -choo- ]
/ ˈpɒs tʃə məs li, -tʃʊ- /
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adverb
after a person’s death, typically the death of the author or other artist: The sculpture, designed in 1967 by American artist Tony Smith, was exhibited posthumously.
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