Father and Son

Father

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Father noun – A person who is several generations earlier in an individual's line of descent.
Usage example: our fathers founded this nation on the fundamental belief that no person is entitled to rule by divine right

Son is an antonym for father.
Nearby Words: fathered, fatherland, fatherly, fatherhood, fatherless
Antonyms for Father

Son

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Son noun – A male human offspring.
Father is an antonym for son.
Antonyms for Son
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How words are described

beloved beloved father beloved son
loving loving father loving son
human human father human son
old old father old son
Other adjectives: good, foster, dying, dead, single, actual, real, evil, little, young, new, deceased, late, missing, surrogate, said, estranged, older, adopted, biological.

Both words in one sentence

  • Affectionate Nickname In The A-Team, Hannibal sometimes calls Face "kid." Granted, he's old enough to be Face's father, but it also underlines the quasi-father/son relationship that they have.
  • When the trophy is being given to the best father/son pair in town, Pete assumes he is the best father.
  • By the end of the talk (and the end of the episode), father and son reconcile and the father apologizes for being so closed-minded.
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