successors

[ suh k-ses-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF successors
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Will their successors falter and plead organic impotency in the nation?

His successors and disciples have advanced so far as to be able to say when.

But they paid dear for it, and their successors have learned better politics since.

The discovery has since been of some profit to his successors.

It was only a little one, and he saw no likelihood of its having any successors.

To which the answer is: We are ourselves creating our own successors.

It was inculcated by Washington; it has been adhered to by his successors ever since.

His treatise is a mine in which all his successors must dig.

Have the brilliant talkers of other days left no successors?

Their successors are the grown-up children of a discontented earth.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SUCCESSORS

posterity

nounfuture generations
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