That surely was the sentiment of more than a few of the hereditary distillers in bourbon country.
These conditions increase the number of voters likely to bolt from their status as hereditary voters—Republican or Democrat.
You simply replaced the pomp and ceremony of hereditary monarchy and with the pomp and ceremony of elected monarchy.
After 33 years of working in a factory, Nowlin had developed a hereditary eye disease called Retinitis pigmentosa.
More than two thirds of Indian M.P.s under the age of 40 are now hereditary, the sons and daughters of earlier politicians.
hereditary surnames are said to be memorials of race that can never be obliterated.
The first chamber, styled the chamber of peers, is hereditary.
Some not ungentlemanly malady, not hereditary, not incurable, not requiring any obvious change in habits of life.
He was a freeman: the Irish were the hereditary serfs of his race.
It is a Government in its nature purely despotic, but it is not an hereditary despotism.
hereditary he·red·i·tar·y (hə-rěd'ĭ-těr'ē)
Transmitted or capable of being transmitted genetically from parent to offspring.