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Spell check of pedigree

Correct spelling: pedigree

Synonyms:
rip, blood line, line of reasoning, production line, melody, breeding, fund, logical argument, argument, fall, parentage, biped, clan, breeding ground, asexual, asexual reproduction, stock certificate, breed, derivation, rank, dividing line, crease, androgynous, gunstock, articulate, transmission line, caudex, antecedents, grade, job, product line, business line, adult, inception, stock, ancestry, rake, furrow, best-of-breed, courtship, farm animal, line of business, melodic line, business, assembly line, fertile, credit line, downslope, origination, declivity, telephone line, beast, tier, descent, note, line of merchandise, ancestor, parenthood, crinkle, rail line, race, forbear, contrast, bear, seam, seed, pedigreed, big game, kin, argumentation, beginning, thoroughbred, inventory, pipeline, agate line, air, store, fecund, root, arboreal, stemma, heredity, genealogy, bank line, estrus, gillyflower, railway line, line of products, demarcation, pureblooded, position, blood, simple eye, lineage, anthropoid, roue, origin, personal line of credit, extraction, filiation, declension, fathers, arthropod, rakehell, family, animal, course, communication channel, linage, arachnid, family tree, neckcloth, decline, amphibious, profligate, branch, bloodline, telephone circuit, livestock, phone line, amphibian, personal credit line, ocellus, channel, aquatic, captive, declination, stratum, forebear, ranking, wrinkle, line of credit, level, purebred, melodic phrase, rootage, couple, breeder, occupation, precede, line, subscriber line, source, beast of burden, status, pureblood, short letter, billet, line of work, strain, caste, cable, caged, broth, line of descent, echelon, birth, tune, descendant.

Antonyms:
heir, son, offspring, posterity, seed, successor, child, issue, crossbred, inheritor, progeny.

Examples of usage:

1) In illustrating Harry Richmond he secured the Meredithian sense of romance and of pedigree in scenes as well as people. - "George Du Maurier, the Satirist of the Victorians", T. Martin Wood.

2) I just sort of imagine that when a herd book gets slightly mixed up, or time has elapsed and a given bull's heredity sort of lost in the hazy past, that those fellows quietly sit down and whittle out a pedigree that sounds about right. - "Epistles-from-Pap-Letters-from-the-man-known-as-The-Will-Rogers-of-Indiana", Durham, Andrew Everett.

3) Hence, here is a short pedigree of your correspondent. - "Epistles-from-Pap-Letters-from-the-man-known-as-The-Will-Rogers-of-Indiana", Durham, Andrew Everett.

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