Examples of bloodline in a Sentence
came from a bloodline that could be traced back to the 12th century
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Franklin Perez got the headlines and Daz Cameron has the bloodlines, but the Detroit Tigers and Houston Astros might not have come to a trade agreement for Justin Verlander last week if not for the inclusion of catcher Jake Rogers.
But while her bloodline does lead to her grandfather, the Reggae legend Bob Marley, Zuri is very much so on her own creative path.
And as more women leave the family, there are now new concerns about a shortage of male heirs to maintain the 2,000-year-old Imperial bloodline.
To be a black person is to come from a long bloodline of survivors and storytellers, with a resilience that people can’t even comprehend.
The chief question facing Caleb is which bloodline is stronger: human or vampire?
On one hand, the Targaryens have a long history of incest, having spent over 300 years wedding brothers to sisters to keep their bloodline pure.
In their way is Asav, a bloodthirsty and maniacal mercenary leader who thinks the tusk will unite people behind his royalist bloodline.
The Wisconsin Futurity was developed by a group of dedicated horsemen determined to bring the best of the American Saddlebred bloodlines to Wisconsin.
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First Known Use of bloodline
Synonymsbirth, blood, ancestry, breeding, descent, extraction, family tree, genealogy, line, lineage, origin, parentage, pedigree, stock, strain
Antonymsissue, posterity, progeny, seed
Related Wordsheredity, succession; family, house; kin, kindred, relations, relatives; race
Near Antonymsoffspring; child, heir, inheritor, son, successor
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