Definition of Progenitors

1. Noun. (plural of progenitor) ¹



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Definition of Progenitors

1. progenitor [n] - See also: progenitor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Progenitors

profusive
prog
prog rock
progenerate
progenerated
progenerates
progenerating
progeneration
progenerations
progenetic
progenies
progenitive
progenitiveness
progenitor
progenitors (current term)
progenitorship
progenitorships
progenitour
progenitress
progenitresses
progeniture
progenitures
progeny
progeria
progerias
progeric
progerin
progeroid
progestagen

Literary usage of Progenitors

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1. Publications by Oxford Historical Society (1907)
"It is very remarkable that, as K. Richard's progenitors are reckoned Founders and Patrons of the said College of great Univ. Hall, so in K. Hen. ..."

2. English Synonymes: With Copious Illustrations and Explanations. Drawn from by George Crabb (1863)
"Forefathers and progenitors, but parti cularly the latter, are said mostly of individuals, and respect the regular line of succession in a family ..."

3. The History of Creation, Or, the Development of the Earth and Its by Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel, Edwin Ray Lankester (1892)
"Survey of the Series of the progenitors of Man (in Twenty.five Stages).—Invertebrate progenitors (Nine Stages) and Vertebrate progenitors (Sixteen Stages). ..."

4. The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1893)
"... the Pitris are very sacred, because they are the progenitors,]] or ... we not now search for a philosophical meaning in this dual group of progenitors? ..."

5. The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals by Charles Darwin (1872)
"... unity of the races of man — On the successive acquirement of various expressions by the progenitors of man — The importance of expression — Conclusion. ..."

6. The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals by Charles Darwin (1913)
"... unity of the races of man—On the suc- ,cessive acquirement of various expressions by the progenitors of man—The importance of expression—Conclusion. ..."

7. The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals by Charles Darwin (1886)
"... unity of the races of man — On the successive acquirement of various expressions by the progenitors of man — The importance of expression — Conclusion. ..."

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