Definition of lineage:
inception, rail line, contrast, channel, declension, phone line, root, line of reasoning, fathers, rakehell, extraction, blood, line of work, fall, credit line, dividing line, deriving, antecedents, occupation, linage, subscriber line, decline, origination, store, production line, line of descent, communication channel, melodic phrase, folks, etymologizing, ancestry, branch, line of products, bank line, argument, argumentation, short letter, parenthood, seam, rip, tune, descent, demarcation, cable, caudex, strain, gillyflower, beginning, ancestors, profligate, filiation, melodic line, billet, transmission line, personal credit line, rootage, parentage, ocellus, birth, business line, note, business, roue, job, declivity, line of business, telephone circuit, inventory, rake, blood line, forebear, simple eye, line of merchandise, melody, derivation, precede, line, declination, source, forbear, downslope, line of credit, stemma, agate line, personal line of credit, stock certificate, pedigree, neckcloth, crease, tribe, furrow, kinsfolk, progenitors, pipeline, railway line, wrinkle, people, stock, assembly line, telephone line, seed, house, air, bloodline, logical argument, crinkle, livestock, fund, breeding, family tree, farm animal, kindred, gunstock, product line, broth, origin.
- kinship (part of speech: noun)
- posterity (part of speech: noun)
- sequence (part of speech: noun)
- parentage (part of speech: noun)
Sir Miles came early into his property; and although the softening advance of civilization, with the liberal effects of travel and a long residence in cities, took from him that provincial austerity of pride which is only seen in stanch perfection amongst the lords of a village, he was yet little less susceptible to the duties of maintaining his lineage pure as its representation had descended to him than the most superb of his predecessors.- "Lucretia, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- "The Lay of the Cid", R. Selden Rose and Leonard Bacon.
- "Rienzi", Edward Bulwer Lytton.