Adjectives for Son | Words to describe Son

  • Bastard
  • Little
  • Adopted
  • Only
  • Other
  • Impious
  • Good
  • Seventh
  • Deceased
  • True
  • Handsome
  • Great
  • Young
  • Splendid
  • Thy
  • Thou
  • First-Born
  • Undutiful
  • Accomplished
  • Prodigal
  • Supposed
  • Small
  • Bereaved
  • Infant
  • Own
  • Sous
  • Dead
  • Half-Witted
  • Second
  • Dear
  • Rough
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    • 1. He was fortunate in having an accomplished son, Thomas T. Kinney, Esq. πŸ”Š
    • 2. According to one story, Lityerses was a bastard son of Midas, King of Phrygia. πŸ”Š
    • 3. Martens says his father's hopes are all centred on this only son. πŸ”Š
    • 4. I am the King of Egypt, as plainly doth appear; I am come to seek my son, my only son and heir. πŸ”Š
    • 5. Somerset, second son of Sir Charles Harbord, whom he succeeded in 1682 as Surveyor. πŸ”Š
    • 6. Even as (thy son) Pradyumna, they are, O Krishna, mighty warriors all! πŸ”Š
    • 7. John was succeeded by his only son, who bore the title of Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy. πŸ”Š
    • 8. The three lands (China, India, Japan) are the inheritance of one who was but an adopted son. πŸ”Š
    • 9. I led Henriette and EugΓ¨ne by the hand, and Madame Ernest led her little son and daughter. πŸ”Š
    • 10. When he was told that Jesus was passing by, he cried, Jesus, thou son of David, have mercy on me. πŸ”Š
    • 11. Isaac was an only son and inherited his father's great wealth. πŸ”Š
    • 12. Hear us, great Son of Darkness and the Deep; On thee we call, God of the dreamless sleep! πŸ”Š
    • 13. But his handsome son is constantly at Ware, where he is beloved by its master and mistress like one of their own children. πŸ”Š
    • 14. Many reasons may be suggested for this too familiar spectacle: the impious son of a godly father, the bad successor of a good king. πŸ”Š
    • 15. There was complaint in the old man's voice, and they knew that he meant his own son Seffy. πŸ”Š
    • 16. The prodigal son in the parable of Jesus lived his earlier years without an appreciation either of his powers or possibilities. πŸ”Š
    • 17. Despite what seemed to Brenton the exceeding ugliness of his small son, he took an infinite delight in his society. πŸ”Š
    • 18. The King saw an excuse in this to get out of killing his own son, and stood pondering how to escape his own decree. πŸ”Š
    • 19. I helped him into my dressing-gown, gave him a pipe, plenty of pillows in an easy chair and fondled him like a prodigal son. πŸ”Š
    • 20. The king of Soissons having obtained possession of his supposed son, had his head shaved and sent him into a monastery. πŸ”Š
    • 21. I feel most sensibly all your kindnesses to my dear son, and I hope he will add much to our comfort. πŸ”Š
    • 22. Though his departure could not be reckoned other than a blessing, yet the good Son was deeply shattered by the news of it. πŸ”Š
    • 23. You've been the prodigal son for four weeks now, and you could have had veal for every meal on a gold dish if you'd wanted it. πŸ”Š
    • 24. He was only a peasant, a rough son of the soil, whose temperament was hot with passion and whose temper had never known a curb. πŸ”Š
    • 25. There was a display of fire-works at the school-house, got up by the prodigal son, which had well-nigh set fire to the building. πŸ”Š
    • 26. But being a true son of the open, he wanted to see the country; so he decided to travel horseback, with a pack-animal. πŸ”Š
    • 27. And embracing his dead son, Medhavi's father began to bewail his fate. πŸ”Š
    • 28. Once upon a time he called this son to him and said to him: "My dear son! πŸ”Š
    • 29. She extolled her husband, a young captain of cavalry, and she adored her infant son, a prodigy among children. πŸ”Š
    • 30. Truyn stammered something and Fritz smiled patiently as he stroked his little son's fair curls. πŸ”Š
    • 31. She heard the deep voice of this other son say: "Lots of kinks in life. πŸ”Š
    • 32. I have met educated Skyemen who firmly believed in the mysterious visual gifts of the seventh son of a seventh son. πŸ”Š
    • 33. Ses cheveux magnifiques ondoyaient sous son chapeau, dont la plume se relevait avec des crΓ’neries mousquetaires. πŸ”Š
    • 34. By the law of his people, the bereaved son must seek out and slay not less than three members of whatever race had done his father to death. πŸ”Š
    • 35. Indeed, was not his proposed marriage too much like taking her only son from the signora and giving the Paronsina a stepmother? πŸ”Š
    • 36. Today I passed on the street a mother and her only son, who is now a soldier and going away with the next contingent. πŸ”Š
    • 37. Days lengthened into weeks, weeks lengthened into months, the months into a year, yet the second son did not return. πŸ”Š
    • 38. Finally the trembling and invalid father rose on his shaky, rheumatic legs and brandished his staff; the undutiful son remained unmoved. πŸ”Š
    • 39. Christians are also said to be delivered by God from the power of darkness, and to be translated into the kingdom of his dear son. πŸ”Š
    • 40. They both knew that the old Squire was bent on driving from his death-bed his own, his first-born son. πŸ”Š
    • 41. George understood her wishes, and when they left the place, a handsome marble slab marked the spot where the father and his infant son were buried. πŸ”Š
    • 42. God's wrath, vented on his only son, is without logic or humanity, and but a man-made belief. πŸ”Š
    • 43. His own son was the greater criminal of the two, and in his memoirs Salim confesses his guilt with unblushing effrontery. πŸ”Š
    • 44. Having known my father, he received me as if I had been his own son, and inscribed me that very day in the regiment. πŸ”Š
    • 45. My second son, the mathematician, thinks that you have omitted one almost inevitable deduction which apparently would modify the result. πŸ”Š
    • 46. Will you not let me send that splendid son of yours through college? and give him two years of Europe afterwards? πŸ”Š
    • 47. Solitary, because of a numerous family all, except one young son, are either in the great battle of life or in their graves. πŸ”Š
    • 48. In this case, each of the sons living would share one-third of the property, and the children of the deceased son the remaining third. πŸ”Š
    • 49. Mangele was the "great son" of his father, who was so old and infirm that he slept away his days and took no further interest in life. πŸ”Š
    • 50. Not only did he let her live rent-free in a house he owned, but he did many a kind deed secretly for her half-witted son as he grew older. πŸ”Š

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