successor

[ suh k-ses-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF successor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUCCESSOR

"Then I must insist that you appoint your successor," said Aspasia.

His successor is his younger brother, Hygelc, 2944 ff., 2992.

He taught, as it appears, somewhat obscurely at Athens, and for successor had Timon.

Who was Caesar's successor and the first one who organized the Roman Empire?

His successor tried to conceal De Soto's death from the Indians.

Rome was before him, where the successor of St. Peter stopped him.

No wonder his successor was speculated about with some curiosity.

This saint became the Christian successor of Neptune, as the protector of seamen.

He wished that his successor should remain charged with them.

You know, of course, that you are Captain Brocq's successor?

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