Definition of Mother's son

1. Noun. A male person. "Every mother's son who could walk was there"

Generic synonyms: Male, Male Person



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mother's Son

moth orchid
moth patch
moth plant
mothball
mothballed
mothballing
mothbally
mothed
mothen
mother's boy
mother's daughter
mother's line
mother's milk
mother's son
mother-child relations
mother-goddess
mother-in-law
mother-in-law's tongue
mother-in-law apartment
mother-in-law plant
mother-in-law style
mother-in-laws
mother-lode
mother-naked
mother-of-pearl
mother-of-pearl cloud

Literary usage of Mother's son

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1. Classical Studies in Honour of Henry Drisler by Henry Drisler (1894)
"The following abbreviations are used: b., brother; d., daughter; f., father; m., mother; s, son. For greater convenience of reference, the Greek names have ..."

2. Classical Studies in Honour of Henry Drisler by Henry Drisler (1894)
"The following abbreviations are used: b., brother; d., daughter; f., father; m., mother; s, son. For greater convenience of reference, the Greek names have ..."

3. Chambers's Biographical Dictionary: The Great of All Times and Nations by Francis Hindes Groome, David Patrick (1898)
"Summoned to tend his brother, wounded in the war against the South, he became the brother-nurse to every wounded or sick mother s- son in the Northern army. ..."

4. Classical Studies in Honour of Henry Drisler by Henry Drisler (1894)
"The following abbreviations are used: b., brother; d., daughter; f., father; m., mother; s, son. For greater convenience of reference, the Greek names have ..."

5. Classical Studies in Honour of Henry Drisler by Henry Drisler (1894)
"The following abbreviations are used: b., brother; d., daughter; f., father; m., mother; s, son. For greater convenience of reference, the Greek names have ..."

6. Chambers's Biographical Dictionary: The Great of All Times and Nations by Francis Hindes Groome, David Patrick (1898)
"Summoned to tend his brother, wounded in the war against the South, he became the brother-nurse to every wounded or sick mother s- son in the Northern army. ..."

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