Meaning of PROGENITOR in English

PROGENITOR

noun

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Actually, scientists say that cloned animals will not be exact replicas of their progenitors.

Binet is considered the progenitor of intelligence testing.

But he carved his place in Sooner lore and will go down as the progenitor of the Oklahoma program's rebirth.

Despite the changing modes of life, they are attentive to the paradoxical utterances of their progenitor .

Pure Przewalski's horses, genetically the closest to the wild progenitors of domestic breeds, are all in zoos.

Thatcher was merely the midwife for Essex man: the progenitor was Tony Benn.

They are derivative of the culture, not the progenitors of it.

They became yet more complex, true progenitors of real plants and animals.

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