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noun as in ancestry

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To my bloodline and father, thank you for the courage & sacrifices you made to ensure that I stand tall in every step I take.

We want wolves that are wolves—wild beasts, their bloodlines undiluted.

The bottom line is the monarchy is an institution that is completely tied up with the ideology of blood and bloodlines.

From Time

The more distant the bloodlines, the more heterosis you’re going to get.

“Think of it as the bloodline that will be supplying the most vital vaccines globally,” said Claire Zaboeva, an IBM analyst involved in the detection.

From Fortune

In a tiny, remote Chinese village, an ancient Roman bloodline may live on.

Willie is a true American icon, and it runs deep in the bloodline.

But one thing runs through their blue bloodline – they keep hanging on, until death parts them from the throne.

Among their ancestors, they believed in wedding brother to sister to preserve the bloodline.

Her concern was more that the theatrical bloodline was one she could never escape to carve out her own niche.

Macedonia was a vital (also corrupt and lucrative) bloodline, connecting Greece to Serbia (through the Vardar river).


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bloodline, such as: genealogy, lineage, parentage, pedigree, birth, and blood.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.