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noun as in seed

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And the military support groups' letter suggests that widespread graft has continued under its successors.

His successors are still in the country, albeit on less friendly terms.

If Obama manages to install his guys in Baghdad, these “successors” will have large claims on the White House.

By announcing this meeting with such feel-good publicity, they are placing their successors in quite a bind.

And in this he differs from each of his Democratic successors in the White House.

Did they use oil varnish, our successors would at all events reap the benefit, if not ourselves.

Alexander was appeased, and they remained subject to Alexander and to his successors.

It would be easy to supply his place; and his successors should have his best wishes.

These customs were adopted under Constantine and his successors, and have frequently changed.

Finally, they changed the sentinels upon the terrace, and the successors were not “of gentle mood.”


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to successors, such as: breed, brood, children, descendants, family, and heirs.

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