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Progeny, 1) offspring: “though the mourning brow of p. forbid the smiling courtesy of love the holy suit,” LLL V, 2, 754 (i. e. a daughter who has lost her father). “this same p. of evils comes from our debate,” Mids. II, 1, 115.
2) descent: “doubting thy birth and lawful p.” H6A III, 3, 61.
3) race, ancestry: “issued from the p. of kings,” H6A V, 4, 38. “the Hector that was the whip of your bragged p.” Cor. I, 8, 12.
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