progeny

All Noun Adjective
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  • He did have eight of his progeny race without any great success. ...
  • The marriage was without progeny and he married again after her death. ...
  • They had ten children of whom three sons and a daughter would have progeny. ...
  • The reason behind this is that having progeny together does not make two individuals related. ...
  • Her second marriage produced five children, three of which would have progeny. ...
  • These are owned today by their progeny, without much change in their structures. ...
  • The marriage produced four children all of which would have further progeny. ...
  • It is mentioned that half of his numerous progeny were given into the church. ...
  • Although he did not leave any academic progeny, his ideas and research remain with us today. ...
  • He met with some success but none of his progeny achieved his own level of racing success. ...
  • Little is known about his life other than his progeny. ...
  • He left no male progeny, and thus at his death his title became extinct. ...
  • The couple had six children in all, two of which would have progeny.
  • The couple had five children three of which would have further progeny. ...
  • The marriage produced five children, three of whom would have progeny. ...
  • All the people of the village are the progenies of the three brothers.
  • The couple were the parents of six children, four of which would have progeny. ...
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