use posthumous in a sentence.
At one time or another (including copyrights) this person has had about fourteen hundred pounds of my money, and he writes what he calls a posthumous work about me, and a scrubby letter accusing me of treating him ill, when I never did any such thing.
This is why we call the posthumous life the only reality, and the terrestrial one, including the personality itself, only imaginary.
He brings this question as a plaintiff in the case he describes as a posthumous "love letter to the things Gerry believed in."
Today's excerpts from Henry David Thoreau's Journal are in posthumous dialogue with The New York Times.
But will the millions of children who adored Irwin’s life-affirming presence stick with him in posthumous reruns?