How words are described
|beloved||beloved daughter||beloved son|
|old||old daughter||old son|
|future||future daughter||future son|
|dead||dead daughter||dead son|
|Other adjectives: real, little, young, illegitimate, new, elder, deceased, surrogate, last, estranged, older, newborn, adopted, favorite, biological, eldest, younger, oldest, unborn, youngest.|
Both words in one sentence
- A character tells another that they're like a son or daughter to them, possibly even "the son I never had."
Source: Like a Son to Me
- Also compare Offing the Offspring for those occasions when the child is the son or daughter of the Big Bad.
Source: Nice Job Breaking It, Herod!
- Stan: Its almost always a case of the son or daughter turning against the father.
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