Bloodline and Family

Bloodline

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Bloodline noun – The line of ancestors from whom a person is descended.
Usage example: came from a bloodline that could be traced back to the 12th century

Family is a synonym for bloodline in kin topic. In some cases you can use "Family" instead a noun "Bloodline", when it comes to topics like ancestry.
Nearby Words: blood, blooded
Synonyms for Bloodline

Family

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Family noun – People descended from a common ancestor.
Usage example: his family has lived in Massachusetts since the Mayflower

Bloodline is a synonym for family in kin topic. You can use "Bloodline" instead a noun "Family", if it concerns topics such as ancestry.
Nearby Word: familial
Synonyms for Family

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  • Cast Herd In particularly large clans like the Sharen they can then be further divided by which member of the family or bloodline they claim descent from.
    Source: Cast Herd
  • Sitting somewhere between individual Woobies and entire Woobie Species is a family or a bloodline that experiences an inordinate and unwarranted amount of suffering, trauma, and personal tragedy in its ranks.
    Source: Woobie Family
  • An item, MacGuffin, or other such that can only be used by someone who is, for example, pure of heart, a certain age, part of a certain family/bloodline, or has some rare property that only certain people have.
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