Examples of son in a Sentence
She gave birth to a son.
They have two sons and a daughter.
He is the son of a lawyer and a doctor.
the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit
Recent Examples of son from the Web
The Basses are perfectly happy in their fancy penthouse apartment with their son Henry and a new baby daughter named Evelyn Elizabeth, after Chuck’s late mother.
Generations of canny politicians, native sons espousing conservative and racist politics, dominated Washington from Reconstruction up until Civil Rights.
Rath is survived by wife, Carrie, and son Patrick, 8, among other family members.
Watson said his son lives on in the memories of his friends.
Daniel Kammen is the son of Carol and the late Michael Kammen, whose work has informed me for decades, and this blog since its launch.)
This, of course, isn't the first time that Chelsea's stood up for the President's youngest son.
The sons predict that their parents and soon-to-be empty nesters will take their departure a bit differently.
In Clinton, Mo., a woman at home on hospice began vomiting from anxiety from a tense family conflict: Her son had to physically fight off her daughter, who was stealing her medications.
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Origin and Etymology of son
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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