genealogically genealogically


  • (adv) in a genealogical manner


  1. By perusing the guest list at Madrid's Castellana Hilton hotel, genealogically minded Madrileos could contemplate in wonderment what complex twigs sprout from Hollywood's.
  2. Petit Frre is not, however, the first dollgenealogically speakingthat is anatomically complete.
  3. To her father's intense annoyance, Elizabeth's name has been linked in gossip columns with two genealogically suitable young Britons.


  • Family Tree New York

    New Yorkers with deep roots in the city are a rare but often genealogically obsessed breed.
    on July 19, 2013     Source: New York Times

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