descendent


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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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If such an initiative is able to make a difference to the life of even a single individual, royalty or notC*" said Indra Vikram Singh, a descendent from the royal household of Rajpipla.
LOST paintings from the holocaust could earn the North East descendent of a Jewish art collector a share of pounds 100m.
The Arlington Cemetery tree is a descendent of the Mississippi State sycamore.
For [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.], in this context of Gal 2:15-3:29 and Paul's employment of fidei commissum, belongs to the language of jurisprudence and therefore is more aptly rendered into English as "trust." (17) Indeed, throughout its use in Gal 2:15-3:29, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] belongs to the [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.], the testament that God established with Abraham and his descendent Christ.
A POLISH banker has written a book claiming he is a direct descendent of Bonnie Prince Charlie.