parental

All Adjective Noun
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  • The choice of her husband was also the result of parental influence in her personal life.
  • The female plays no role in parental care; the male takes care of its young.
  • Parental leave is important not only for the mother but for the father as well.
  • Her mother was the only significant parental figure in her life.
  • No matter what, parental approval was required in order to make a marriage legal.
  • Hence, there appears to have been a loss of parental care in this population.
  • If persons not in parental care own a separate television they must pay the normal fee.
  • His mother died when he was nine years old so his parental care was split between his father and grandmother.
  • It's just that they believe their children should live their own lives, as free of parental control as possible.
  • Even once they fledge they have a long period of parental care afterwards.
  • He then sued for parental rights over the child, but lost the court case.
  • Parental care will be given for about three months.
  • Continuing parental care for the young is provided by both adults for about five months.
  • She is typically the voice of wisdom, and the parental authority over the main cast.
  • The length and nature of parental care varies widely amongst different orders and species.
  • She has been an advocate for same-sex marriage and parental rights.
  • They do not show parental care, and adults may eat the young.
  • The way they see the leaders and parental values is used as a spiritual and social role model.
  • Both parents are able to carry out all of the parental care tasks to a certain extent.
  • Love has therefore been seen as a mechanism to promote parental support of children for this extended time period.
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Words starting with parental

Synonyms of parental

Meaning of parental

  • adjective Designating the generation of organisms from which hybrid offspring are produced
  • adjective Relating to or characteristic of or befitting a parent
    parental guidance