descendants

[ dih-sen-duh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF descendants

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The fate of the ancestor had been typical of that of his descendants.

It is doubtful whether Palaeolithic man has left any descendants.

Sir, may we know who are the descendants of the New England kidnappers?

It is our duty to our descendants to contribute as far as is in our power to its accomplishment.

Each individual, therefore, continues to live in his descendants.

What can we expect from the descendants of a population so completely degenerate?

Her descendants down to the present time number 834 persons.

Descendants, named Sallee, now live in Kentucky and Tennessee.

And yet, they deserve more than this from us, their descendants.

These amphibians are evidently the descendants of some of the fishes of the Devonian times.

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