Examples of birthright in a Sentence
the freedom that is our birthright
believed that the house was her birthright
Recent Examples of birthright from the Web
As the roadway was built over subsequent years, the path, a months-long journey that wound through 13 states, would firmly establish the idea of a coast-to-coast network of roadways as an American birthright.
The former practiced medicine in the suburbs of Massachusetts; the latter, after working in marketing for Renault’s racing division, claimed his birthright as a chatelain and spent decades restoring Baronville.
But the kind of mainstream aesthetic diversity that was Hollywood's birthright is a thing of the past.
So finishing dead last is part of the KU birthright.
But you’ve been stuck in infancy, while Amazon and Google take your birthright.
As a product of the Philadelphia Catholic League, as the son of former St. Joseph’s Prep and University of Maryland star Mo Howard, Howard has a network of contacts in the basketball community that might as well have been his birthright.
And American companies basically giving away their birthrights to try to get into the Chinese market.
While the Queen treats her birthright as an honor, her eldest son appears to feel perpetually hard done by it.
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BIRTHRIGHT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of birthright for English Language Learners
: a right that you have because you were born into a particular position, family, place, etc., or because it is a right of all people
BIRTHRIGHT Defined for Kids
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