hereditarily

All Adverb
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  • Noblemen who held lands hereditarily passed those lands on within their family.
  • The totem is passed down hereditarily, either through the father or the mother.
  • If the hereditarily long-headed can change under suitable conditions, then what about the hereditarily short-witted? Cited from Anthropology, by Robert Marett
  • We have before us an individual who to start with, is badly tainted hereditarily. Cited from Studies in Forensic Psychiatry, by Bernard Glueck
  • For this purpose persons were appointed to whom rentfree lands were hereditarily assigned.
  • These wealthier family units hereditarily owned estates leased from their district authority, complete with land titles.
  • Noblemen who held lands (fiefdoms) hereditarily passed those lands on within their family.
  • The order topology induced by a total order may be shown to be hereditarily normal.
  • And he, at all events, would be no party to the unmasking of that great gulf which hereditarily divided us. Cited from Such is Life, by Tom Collins
  • The office was received hereditarily, but a new king required the consent of the people before assuming the throne.
  • A logic is called hereditarily structurally complete, if every its extension is structurally complete.
  • And this could be used to generate all hereditarily finite sets without using the axiom of union.
  • He was finally held to be a hereditarily tainted individual with neuropathic constitution. Cited from Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 5 (of 6), by Havelock Ellis
  • It is generally said that this evil is derived hereditarily from Adam; but it is from a man's parents. Cited from Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love, by Emanuel Swedenborg
  • These people are hereditarily linked to the study group showing ~40%.
  • The De Courcys were hereditarily short sighted, and had been so for thirty centuries at least. Cited from Barchester Towers, by Anthony Trollope
  • In course of time, the Ganga Administrators became semi-independent and ruled over this territory hereditarily.
  • The village has a population of 3062 and was historically ruled by local chiefs who became chiefs hereditarily.
  • I was a boy of eight, the little girl, my cousin, a few months younger than myself, though hereditarily more quick-tempered, was less adventurous. Cited from Tales Of Hearsay, by Joseph Conrad
  • Inasmuch as peculiarities often appear under domestication in one sex and become hereditarily attached to that sex, so no doubt it will be under nature. Cited from Origin of Species, 6th Ed., by Charles Darwin
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