heredity

[ huh-red-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF heredity

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By heredity and discipline all minds are shaped to this great hour.

We see that the heredity relation is an extremely complex affair.

I agree that a man cannot for long conceal his true nature; we are what we are by heredity.

Questions of heredity, procreation and education will be dealt with calmly and freely.

He was one of those frequent cases which give the lie to the laws of heredity.

There was no link wanting; the chain of heredity, logical and implacable, was unbroken.

It grows out of the biological discussion of instinct, heredity, etc.

It was the success in Composition which tickled his father's pride, for was not this a proof of heredity?

Well, it seems to me that choice has got more right to be respected than heredity or law.

Heredity is the principal organic cause of criminal tendencies.

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