male offspring

  1. a child who is male
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How To Use male offspring In A Sentence

  • Traditionally, male babies were valued much more highly than female offspring.
  • But the male children with all the whole male offspring continue still in their own family and be governed of the eldest and ancientest father, unless he dote for age: for then the next to him in age is put in his room. The Second Book. Of their living and mutual conversation together
  • But this morning was about life when your two male offspring inherit the rogue gene. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the mixed environment, asexual females were more likely to produce sexually reproducing female offspring.
  • Genes that tend to masculinize the fetus will increase when there is an advantage to having male offspring.
  • Advancing age not only reduces a woman's ability to conceive but also raises the risk that her female offspring will struggle to conceive later in life, scientists claim.
  • An emphasis on male offspring and the male line is found throughout the country.
  • They were all paired with healthy, non-diabetic female rats of normal weight and female offspring of the obese and diabetic rats began showing signs of diabetes by week 13.
  • Kennedy's Syndrome occurs only in males, although 50% of female offspring are carriers.
  • In a patrilineal society, having many male offspring was a big concern and a much-invoked wish.
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