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See also: post-humous
posthumous (not comparable)
- After the death of someone.
- Taking place after one's own death.
- Artists obscure during their life often receive posthumous recognition, too late for them to enjoy.
- In reference to a work, published after the author's death.
- His memoirs were his posthumous revenge on enemies he dared not take on alive.
- 2012 April 17, Alex Macpherson, “Tupac's hologram reflects another milestone in his mythology”, in The Guardian:
- Eight posthumous albums have been released to date – two more than the man managed in his lifetime – often with conspiracy-baiting titles such as Still I Rise and Tupac Resurrection.
- (originally) Born after the death of one's father.
- Posthumous orphans never even knew their fathers.
born after one's father's death
taking place after one's death
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