Examples of parentage in a Sentence
they were pleased that their son's girlfriend was of good parentage
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My starting point: Everyone in Cambridge assumed that the factory probably made Tootsie Rolls or Tootsie Pops — or maybe both — given its corporate parentage.
Despite their unusual parentage, the owlets’ behavior is very normal; typical young owls leave the family nest around six to eight weeks, and find a new place to dwell close by.
Depending on their parentage some will excel in Kentucky while others tend to melt in our heat and humidity.
To police the system ASICI has set up a database called ITACA (the Spanish acronym for identification, traceability and quality) which means each leg or shoulder can be traced by farm and parentage.
There’s nothing in cricket’s rules, Australians say, to prevent a fielder questioning a South African batsman’s parentage, or his wife’s fidelity. Scuffing up the ball, however, is cricket’s equivalent of child abuse.
Hadelich, who turns thirty-four this month, is of German parentage but was raised on a farm in Tuscany.
First there was the (also potentially spoiler-y) Maledictus theory, and now there's compelling evidence that the trailer hinted at the true parentage of Credence Barebone (Ezra Miller).
The kid doesn’t have his own mask or anything but doubts are rapidly cast about his true parentage.
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PARENTAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of parentage for English Language Learners
: a person's parents
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