Example sentences for: descendents

How can you use “descendents” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The southwestern region with the most researched and documented wedding customs is New Mexico, because the descendents of the early Hispanos have been conscious of describing and writing down their traditions.

  • This restriction reinforces the notion of the imperial family as living descendents and representatives of the gods — despite the emperor’s renunciation of divinity announced as one of the terms of surrender at the end of World War II (when some people literally fainted upon hearing the emperor’s voice on the radio for the first time).

  • Modern breeds are descendents of the wild species from which they were derived.

  • The term encompasses all Latinos (Latin Americans) who are descendents of the Spanish and Indian encounter.

  • First were the Mexican Spaniards who settled the region in the eighteenth century and their descendents, called Californios, who represented the California Spanish traditions that Espinosa most wanted to study.


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