offspring

All Noun Verb
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  • Many of his offspring were also noted to have been either bay or black. ...
  • Although they got on well together they never produced any offspring. ...
  • Both the male and female care for the offspring until they are old enough to care for themselves.
  • Older offspring, which are around two years old, may also live in families and help their parents. ...
  • If however he takes up the fight his genes will live on in his offspring. ...
  • Whether male or female birds influence the sex of offspring is not known for all species. ...
  • The Offspring has rarely played any songs from the rest of the album. ...
  • Males which take over a family group will kill the offspring of the previous male. ...
  • The principal offspring of each emperor are provided in the chart to the right.
  • In modern history here have also been cases of mother-offspring conflicts. ...
  • Nevertheless, the status of an adult female may be important for her offspring. ...
  • Offspring stay in the family group until they are no longer dependent, usually at two or three years old. ...
  • In most species, the mother has exclusive or at least primary care of the offspring. ...
  • The male leaves the female soon after mating and long before any offspring are born. ...
  • They need a way to choose males that are most likely to produce high-quality offspring. ...
  • The divine couple bore eight more offspring, who later became the eight great islands of Japan. ...
  • This leaves a short window for their own offspring to be born and mature. ...
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Words starting with offspring

Meaning of offspring

  • noun The immediate descendants of a person
    she was the mother of many offspring, he died without issue
  • noun Something that comes into existence as a result
    industrialism prepared the way for acceptance of the French Revolution's various socialistic offspring, this skyscraper is the solid materialization of his efforts