Definition of Blood line
1. Noun. The descendants of one individual. "His entire lineage has been warriors"
Specialized synonyms: Family, Family Line, Folk, Kinfolk, Kinsfolk, Phratry, Sept, Side
Generic synonyms: Family Tree, Genealogy
Derivative terms: Descend, Lineal, Parent
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Literary usage of Blood line
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report by American Genetic Association (1907)
"... solving the problem of cost of production were the very methods in part needed to compare cow with cow and blood line with blood line in dairy breeding. ..."
2. White Earth Reservation. No. 1[-49] Hearings Before the Committee on by United States Congress. House. Committee on Expenditures in the Interior Department (1912)
"Q. They were not formed by command of anybody; that is, nobody had a right A. Oh, no. full-blood line and those who considered themselves mixed bloods went ..."
3. White Earth Reservation. No. 1[-49] Hearings Before the Committee on by United States Congress. House. Committee on Expenditures in the Interior Department (1911)
"The first person who received an allotment in the full-blood line was Me- sha-ke-ge-shig, the principal chief of the White Earth bands, and the first ..."
4. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting (1908)
"Very briefly—indeed many of you probably know'already, in the year 1906 Congress passed an act by which the blood line was drawn between the Indians of the ..."
5. Ring Around the Rosie . . . ! by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1995)
"It is further said that this “blood-line” flows in the veins of the Plantagenets (English and French princes and rulers), the Hapsburgs, the Bonapartes, ..."
6. The Da Vinci Code on Trial: Filtering Fact from Fiction by Stephen Clark (2005)
"The Holy Grail is not, therefore, a cup but the 'royal blood line' of Jesus Christ. The simple message of Jesus was 'lost' when the Roman Emperor ..."