For centuries, the forebears of men and women like Paul Peschkowsky were barred from citizenship and its rights.
Somewhere along the way, we have forgotten the lessons learned by our Victorian forebears.
One imagines that the latest pope, a Jesuit, is familiar with the centuries of calumny that have been heaped upon his forebears.
The zebra is striped 356rather than spotted because its forebears wore stripes.
Like his forebears and contemporaries, he looked upon man as the real being.
For Du Guay-Trouin wished to accumulate riches, as his forebears had done.
The trumpet-call of her forebears was in those stirring lines.
So sat his forebears and ours on the close of many a weary march, on the eve of many a perilous enterprise.
By the by, father, he says, that the grand old place once belonged to my forebears.
The battle-spirit—for, despite his honest conviction, his forebears had been soldiers and sea-dogs—surged up within him.