Examples of bloodline in a Sentence
came from a bloodline that could be traced back to the 12th century
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The 28-year-old is a success in her own right — and her hard work (and royal bloodlines) have added up to solid £3.6 million, which translates to $4.8 million.
For centuries, European royal families sought marriages with other nobles as a way to secure bloodlines and power.
The Right Genes For generations, horse racing’s bread and butter has come down to bloodlines.
The bloodline of the Ocracoke herd probably began when Spanish mustangs on Sir Richard Grenville’s ship Tiger, which ran aground at Ocracoke in 1585, says the park service.
Based primarily on Mendelssohn’s bloodlines, Hughes and Toffey targeted the yearling on their pre-auction short list.
Traditionally, the Crown Council selected the emperor from among the members of Ethiopia’s Solomonic dynasty, the oldest royal bloodline in the world.
Ragnarok sees the destruction of Asgard, and ends with Thor finding a new angle on his powers that comes from within, rather than through his bloodline.
Probably more than a passion but just in the bloodline, from my grandmother and my mother.
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BLOODLINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bloodline for English Language Learners
: the ancestors of a person or animal
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