It is common knowledge among those familiar with the rabbinic tradition that Haman was considered a descendant of the Amalekites.
In the original Marvel comic books, the Mandarin was born and bred in China, a descendant of Genghis Khan no less.
The descendant of a Louisiana voodoo priestess, she has always been a star with a penchant for publicity.
Klaussman, a descendant of Herman Melville, worked for The New York Times, lived in Paris, and got her writing MA in London.
Today, in a time of great national distress, Nehru's descendant cannot find the fiber to meet his people.
That descendant of old Agnes is most certainly the devil, or at least his viceregent.
He was afraid that Caesar, who was a descendant of Venus, would be aggrandized at his expense.
Being a descendant was apparently the only profession he had, and I judged this cow was in much the same line of business.
The Colonel looked at him as though he were a descendant of the father of lies.
He was a descendant of the Pornbrocheros del Treballos d'Oro.
mid-15c. (adj.), c.1600 (n.), from French descendant (13c.), present participle of descendre (see descend). Despite a tendency to use descendent for the adjective and descendant for the noun, descendant seems to be prevailing in all uses and appears 5 times more often than its rival in books printed since 1900. Cf. dependant.