noun. ['səkˈsɛsɝ'] a person who follows next in order.
Words that Rhyme with Successor
How do you spell successor? Is it sucsessor ?
A common misspelling of successor is sucsessor
Example sentences of the word successor
1. Noun, singular or mass
If the will named a successor executor, the court may appoint that person as the new executor.
Quotes containing the word successor
1. True leaders don't invest in buildings. Jesus never built a building. They invest in people. Why? Because success without a successor is failure. So your legacy should not be in buildings, programs, or projects; your legacy must be in people.
- Myles Munroe
2. Taft was Roosevelt's handpicked successor. I didn't know how deep the friendship was between the two men until I read their almost four hundred letters, stretching back the to early '30s. It made me realize the heartbreak when they ruptured was much more than a political division.
- Doris Kearns Goodwin
3. I believe in evolution in the sense that a short-tempered man is the successor of a crybaby.
- Criss Jami, Killosophy
noun. ['səkˈsɛsɝ'] a thing or person that immediately replaces something or someone.
noun. ['səkˈsɛsɝ'] a person who inherits some title or office.