Common misspellings for progenitor:
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Definition of progenitor:
Usage examples for progenitor
Don't think too hardly of your old Progenitor, Artie; he hasn't mixed with these people all his life, and learned to sympathise with them as you've done, my son; he doesn't understand them or know their troubles as you do: but if that's her that you told me about one day, we shall find the means to make her happy and comfortable yet, if we have to starve for it. Philistia by Grant Allen
The reader will think, I was young, perhaps, to be so far from home on such an occasion, but it happened in this wise: My excellent mother thought I had come out of the small- pox with some symptoms that might be benefited by a journey, and she prevailed on her father- in- law to let me be of the party when he left home to visit Boston in the winter of 1744- 5. At that early day moving about was not always convenient in these colonies, and my grandfather travelling in a sleigh that was proceeding east with some private stores that had been collected for the expedition, it presented a favourable opportunity to send me along with my venerable progenitor, who very good- naturedly consented to let me commence my travels under his own immediate auspices. Satanstoe by James Fenimore Cooper