Definition of progeny:
spawn, descendant, fruit, yield, children, fawn, matter, topic, the upshot (of something), calf, result, bullock, payoff, materialization, outcome, imp, offspring, impact, issuing, girl, subject, return, scion, seed, issue, materialisation, military issue, number, cherub, outlet, side effect, upshot, issuance, emergence, foal, event, effect, adolescent, colt, exit, chick, child prodigy, filly, way out, brood, takings, descendants, egress, the aftermath, boomerang kid, child, baby, boy, publication, government issue, kin, consequence, posterity, get, cub, end result, bairn, proceeds, young, influence, take.
This would happen the more surely, if, as Mr. Darwin has endeavoured to prove, the offspring of races slightly varying are usually more vigorous than the progeny of parents of the same race, and would be more prolific, therefore, than the insular stock which had been for a long time breeding in and in.- "The Antiquity of Man", Charles Lyell.
- "Fruitfulness Fecondite", Emile Zola.
- "The Mayor of Warwick", Herbert M. Hopkins.