They are hereditarily hunters, and hunters they are likely to remain.
From this results irregularity of organ function, which is hereditarily transmissible.
He was finally held to be a hereditarily tainted individual with neuropathic constitution.
I myself here use 'totem' only of the object which lends its name, hereditarily, to a group of kin.
A priest who is a Syid, or a direct descendant of the Prophet, is hereditarily a beggar.
This pigmented condition is evidently a hereditarily transmitted condition.
The deterioration in parent and child may often display itself in the same organs—those probably which are hereditarily weakest.
In healthy and not hereditarily neuropathic men complete abstinence is possible without injury to the nervous system.
Thus the brain of each kind is hereditarily supplied with certain nervous connections wanting in the brain of other kinds.
hereditarily syphilitic children are filled with the spirochetes, the germs of the disease.
hereditary he·red·i·tar·y (hə-rěd'ĭ-těr'ē)
Transmitted or capable of being transmitted genetically from parent to offspring.