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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishposthumouspost‧hu‧mous /ˈpɒstjəməs $ ˈpɑːstʃə-/ adjective  DEADhappening, printed etc after someone’s death a posthumous collection of his articlesposthumously adverb He was posthumously awarded the Military Cross.
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posthumousNo posthumous awards are given, except for gallantry.Even the human being whose body it was may not be injured by its posthumous condition.Making sense of his status as a postmodern social icon is as difficult as understanding his posthumous deification by millions of fans.The political and the literary are as inextricably merged in Nizan's posthumous existence as they were in his lived existence.It was a dead hand, waving a tiny, posthumous good-bye.Bentley's relatives are demanding a posthumous pardon from the government.Now her final play, 4.48 Psychosis, gets a posthumous production at the same address.But good conduct now can bring posthumous promotion or vice versa.
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