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Synonyms for descendent

moving or sloping down

Synonyms for descendent

a person considered as descended from some ancestor or race

going or coming down

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proceeding by descent from an ancestor

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When you claim that you are descendents of Muhammad Ghori and Mahmud Ghazni and proud of Aurangzeb then you don't belong to us; you go to Pakistan," Swamy said.
They said that descendents of the Akhun Ilyas Baba had been scattered in parts of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Afghanistan but they lacked unity and coordination.
At a social meeting in September, a UELAC Certificate was presented to seven-month-old Hannah Marie Rogers UE as a descendent of Major James Rogers UE and Captain George Playter UE by her grandfather, Robert James Rogers UE, Past President of the Edmonton Branch.
According to Momtaz Fathy, assistant of interior minister for tourism, investigations have shown that the pieces were kept in the bank in possession of one of the royal attendants of Ali's last descendent in power, King Farouk.
The free and enslaved, or Mulatto and African, involvement in the colonization process does not only address the role of African descendents in the economic and social development of the colonies and later the Mexican nation, but also to the diversity and complexity inherent within any community.
THE aristocratic owner of Downton Abbey has refused a DNA test to find out if the descendent of a railwayman is his long-lost cousin.
Belton, a Spencer resident and descendent of James Hovey, brought a commemorative plaque to the Board of Selectmen with plans to mount it as a memorial.
The proposals also include labelling products that come from a descendent of a clone and introducing strict traceability requirements for imports - although the Commission said this would be a costly and difficult option with "significant consequences" for trade.
On July 18 at 2pm, descendents will gather at the historic gravesite at the Batoche National Historic Site, to commemorate the fallen soldiers of all sides of the battle.
Cecil, who now represents the British Home Children and Descendents Association, said: "What we desire most is to have the children's records in the UK released so descendents here can trace relatives.
Mr Verge, of the British Home Children and Descendents Association, said: "What we desire most is to have the children's records in the UK released so descendents here can trace relatives.
In three generations from now any potential perpetrators will be in their graves and our descendents will have no more interest in why and by whom he was murdered, than we have about the identity of Jack the Ripper.
SIR - I am arranging a family reunion for all the descendents of David and Elizabeth Humphreys, who lived at Tyforris, Carno, Montgomeryshire, during the 19th century.
Despite the European Commission's reluctance, EU agriculture ministers, on 22 June, approved on first reading a political agreement extending the existing rules for marketing new foodstuffs to the descendents of clones.
A BIKING photographer who has spent three years taking pictures of Welsh descendents in Patagonia has published a book of his work.