1. descendants

noun. ['dɪˈsɛndənts, dɪˈsɛnɪnts'] all of the offspring of a given progenitor.


  • biological group

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Rhymes with Descendants

  • abandonments
  • abatements
  • abortifacients
  • accelerants
  • accents
  • accidents
  • accompaniments
  • accompaniments
  • accomplishments
  • accountants
  • accounts
  • accouterments
  • accoutrements
  • achievements
  • acknowledgements
  • acknowledgements
  • adherents
  • adjustments
  • adolescents
  • adolescents

How do you pronounce descendants?

Pronounce descendants as dɪˈsɛnɪnts.

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Sentences with descendants

1. Noun, plural
Your spouse also inherits all of the property if your only surviving descendants are also her descendants.

Quotes about descendants

1. A blade of grass is a commonplace on Earth; it would be a miracle on Mars. Our descendants on Mars will know the value of a patch of green. And if a blade of grass is priceless, what is the value of a human being?
- Carl Sagan, Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space

2. Bachelorhood: all the fun of married life and more prosperity, leaving lots of descendants to boast of their father’s memory to their fellow inmates.
- Bauvard, Some Inspiration for the Overenthusiastic

3. When we die, as when the scenes have been fixed on to celluloid and the scenery is pulled down and burnt — we are phantoms in the memories of our descendants. Then we are ghosts, my dear, then we are myths. But still we are together. We are the past together, we are a distant past. Beneath the dome of the mysterious stars, I still hear your voice.
- Jostein Gaarder, Maya