Breed and Succession


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Breed noun – A number of persons or things that are grouped together because they have something in common.
Succession and breed are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Succession" instead a noun "Breed".
Nearby Words: breeding, breeder
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Succession noun – Acquisition of property by descent or by will.
Breed and succession are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Breed" instead a noun "Succession".
Nearby Words: success, successive, successor, successively, successiveness
Synonyms for Succession

How words are described

old old breed old succession
normal normal breed normal succession
stable stable breed stable succession
male male breed male succession
Other adjectives: big, main, next.

Both words in one sentence

  • Organic Technology Basically, the Deepspawn are The Worm That Walks meets The Assimilator, so by introducing a larval colony to a rapid succession of mammalian and crustacean hosts; extracting them at the proper time, they can more or less "breed" them into weapons or siege-beasts.
  • Despite this, she publicly renounced her intent on marrying, since offspring will only breed violence due to inheritance and Succession Crisis (a big, big part of the story in fact) and thus will remain without spouse.
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