- ancestor + -ial (Wiktionary)
“Aradia di Toscano, an ancestorial influence to the Spellmans and Lenoxs.”
“In the twisted mirror in which may he view himself, he is viewed as insouciant, he apparently feels, at his lack of Anglo-Saxon heredity, inferiority, a sick and selfish shame of his own ancestorial, broken-english, family heritage.”
“This ancestorial reminiscence must have resulted from some peculiar fancy; no”
“On these relics of antiquity and of ancestorial memorials devolving on Dr. Jefferson, he sought for a place of deposit for them, suitable to their dignity, their character, and their times.”
“There are however ghosts, which, while of course representing ancestors, are regarded not specially in their ancestorial capacity, but rather as powerful beings who have been more or less active in framing the constitution of society.”
“When he was in the prince's ancestorial temple, or in the court, he spoke minutely on every point, but cautiously.”
“On these relics of antiquity, and of ancestorial memorials devolving on”
“Is it time that those of you from C.nada and Am.rica packed your homes and moved back to your ancestorial homes and returned the land to the natives.”
“You don't hear europeans, asians or austrialians, etc. say their born or ancestorial country-American.”
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