An arboreal animal which makes itself at home in genealogical trees.
We are no great sticklers for genealogical trees or Doomsday Books, yet we believe in pride of family to a proper extent.
Here are the papers; you may burn them, if you please, in the same fire with genealogical trees and patents of nobility.
"I'm not much on pedigrees and ancestry and genealogical trees, my boy," answered Lincoln.
The three and the seven were the ruling numbers in the genealogical trees of the Pipiles of San Salvador.
It all grows, however, in genealogical trees, these being the predominant intellectual growth in the editor's mind.
In this matter the travelling "scholars" rendered valuable service as manufacturers of genealogical trees.
That glorious boast had brought to his mind the genealogical trees of the illustrious ancestry of his prize cattle.