inheritable

[ in-her-i-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inheritable
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In the one case the swarthiness would be inheritable, in the other not.

There you know is a good constitution in an inheritable form.

But among psychic characters one finds that practically all are inheritable.

It was out of the question, therefore, that Mr. Wallace should categorically deny that their effects were inheritable.

She turned her face away, and looked over that part of the inheritable world which met her gaze.

The few prints of his that are known have a grace of line that might well be a son's heritage, if such things were inheritable.

Moreover, I find among physicians the belief that nervous disorders of a less severe kind are inheritable.

He might die the very day after celebrating the espousals, and then—not even the ducal robes were inheritable.

Dominance varies quantitatively and the degree of dominance is inheritable.

Not only is potency variable, but its variations seem, in some cases, to be inheritable.

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