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
Subpoenas have been issued to a number of Manafort’s associates seeking financial information, including his former son-in-law, Jeffrey Yohai.
Ruff said Dudley's son Paul, who lives in Seattle, helped with provided some of his father's personal pieces, including some items which are the subjects in the paintings displayed in this exhibit.
Much of the film is told through the eyes of his skeptical son, Nicky (Noah Jupe), who eventually figures out what is going on, as does the investigator, Bud Cooper (Oscar Isaac in the role originally intended for Clooney).
Ten-year-old Xavier was a werewolf (complete with furry feet) while their youngest son, three-year-old Hadrien, was Skye, a character from Paw Patrol.
In his latest movie, Last Flag Flying, a Richard Linklater directed film out November 3, Cranston plays a Vietnam vet who reunites with his Marine buddies to bury one of their sons, a young Marine killed in Iraq.
Powell was there because her 6-year-old son, Logan, has sensory processing issues.
Stevens and her husband Peter passed on the love of volleyball to their two sons, who were both phenomenal players — Tyler at Southern Cal and Sam at Ohio State.
Michael Jackson's son, Prince, is recovering after a motorcycle accident.
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Origin and Etymology of son
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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