fatherhood

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The urge of his awakened instinct of fatherhood was strong upon him.

The fathers that now show what fatherhood was meant to be—they are legion.

Perhaps he was rendered unhappy by the thought of fatherhood.

And you must remember that it is that Fatherhood of God which connotes the Brotherhood of man.

The Fatherhood of God is the very key-note of the Christian view of life and of death.

There's no fatherhood left in your heart—you don't think of them.

Prickly things about the responsibility of fatherhood and the authority of parents.

And love is comradeship and motherhood, and fatherhood and all dear kinship.

There he sits, holding the boy in his lap to accustom him to his fatherhood.

To every true man, the cares of fatherhood and home are sacred and all-sufficing.