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posteriority (n.)

late 14c., posteriorite, "condition of occurring later in time, state of being subsequent," from Old French posteriorite (Modern French postériorité), from Medieval Latin posterioritatem (nominative posterioritas), from Latin posterior "later" (see posterior (adj.)).

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Definitions of posteriority

posteriority (n.)
the quality of being toward the back or toward the rear end;
posteriority (n.)
following in time;
Synonyms: subsequentness / subsequence
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