Examples of bloodline in a Sentence
came from a bloodline that could be traced back to the 12th century
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Vince Ellis' buzz: Good bloodlines from his father, who won an NBA title with the San Antonio Spurs in 1999.
What a shame where our deliberative process does not involve guns or knives, our representation is not dependent on a bloodline, nor who has the most feared army.
That’s a lofty goal for any player, bloodlines be damned.
One of the better receivers still on the board at the end of the draft, Weah’s bloodlines are fascinating.
Wilson has good size (6-2, 197) and bloodlines (his father, Cedrick, was an NFL receiver for seven years).
The two men, both native to this area, can trace their bloodlines 150 years back to all the famous musical masters of the past.
RestaurantsHousemade: The silent science behind three signature dishes at Duna Tuna Poke Remove bloodline and skin from whole tuna loin.
Mario Alcalá’s bloodline runs through the soccer team Inocentes Futbol Club of Fort Worth.
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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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