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One form of the legend makes Tammuz the begetter of autumn vegetation.
SUMERIAN HYMNSFREDERICK AUGUSTUS VANDERBURGH
Is happiness courted in vain A certain begetter of pain—A fruit with an asp at the core?
LOVE'S USURIESLOUIS CRESWICKE
Regarded as the unbegotten begetter of the first beginning, he succeeded in achieving the incomprehensible.
THE LORDS OF THE GHOSTLANDEDGAR SALTUS
To assign such significance to the word 'begetter' was entirely in Thorpe's vein.
BROWNING'S ENGLANDHELEN ARCHIBALD CLARKE
If so, the mental impulse of love, and even its lower form of animal passion, is the begetter of the human race.
THE UNIVERSE A VAST ELECTRIC ORGANISMGEORGE WOODWARD WARDER
Man wants things to go on as they did a hundred years ago; woman, the dependant, the begetter, the chattel.
CINDERELLA JANEMARJORIE BENTON COOKE
His truest claim to praise for intellectual superiority is, perhaps, that he was a prolific begetter of wit in other men.
CLASSIC FRENCH COURSE IN ENGLISHWILLIAM CLEAVER WILKINSON
Begetter of intelligence reached by intuition, not reason, iii.
PLOTINOS: COMPLETE WORKS, V. 4PLOTINOS (PLOTINUS)
Such were the deeds of the begetter and giver of being, Tepeuh, Gucumatz.
THE WORKS OF HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT, VOLUME 2HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT
It was a great and fruitful idea—and the Prince was its only begetter.
MR. PUNCH'S HISTORY OF MODERN ENGLAND, VOL. I (OF 4).--1841-1857CHARLES L. GRAVES
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO BEGETTER

  • ancestor
  • begetter
  • parent
  • precursor
  • predecessor
  • primogenitor
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