“A count,” continued the lawyer, “is generally of very ancient lineage…”
She says she has a pain in her bones, especially when it rains; she has such an ancient lineage!
The merchant who sells apples at the entrance to the park must be of a very ancient… how did you say it? …lineage.
The poor boy could not believe his luck, any more than the apple woman of ancient lineage could believe hers.
but these were Germans "without lineage," coarse plebeians who were struggling in vain to force themselves into the great world by making donations to the imperial works.
deeming this an opportune time to make known to these professional soldiers the lofty lineage of his family.
She even affected a certain condescension toward Desnoyers, praising him as "a very worthy man, but without ancient lineage or distinguished family, and French, besides."
“The stranger must first show,” said Malvoisin, “that he is good knight, and of honourable lineage.
Fibnode Lineage tells us a lot about the nature of our response when that Node is approached by market action.
He is a nobleman of ancient lineage, and at the same time a Parisian communard.
the descendants of one individual: origin, kinfolk, family, stemma, family tree, line of descent, folk, parentage, pedigree, family line, phratry, stock, ancestry, blood, kinsfolk, line, descent, genealogy, bloodline, sept, side, blood line
the number of lines in a piece of printed material: linage, number
the kinship relation between an individual and the individual's progenitors: descent, relationship, bilateral descent, unilateral descent, filiation, family relationship, line of descent, kinship
inherited properties shared with others of your bloodline: origin, derivation, inheritance, purebred, bloodline, hereditary pattern, filiation, extraction, ancestry, pedigree, crossbred, descent
a rate of payment for written material that is measured according to the number of lines submitted: linage, rate, charge per unit