inherited character n.
A single attribute of an animal or plant transmitted at one locus from generation to generation in accordance with genetic principles.
Fifthly, inheritance at corresponding periods of life, with some tendency to the earlier development of the inherited character.
You know well how strong a faith I had in the power of inherited character.
Fourthly, transmission, limited by sex, generally to the same sex in which the inherited character first appeared.
I had the sense of an inherited character to sustain in the new order of things.
Conditions count for nothing; totality of inherited character, acting in vacuo, is at once the summary and the judgment.
Possibly, in this case, the blue spots may be an inherited character, and have no reference to the present habits.
Right-handedness is an inherited character in the same sense as the potential power of speech.
He began to see that these children had inherited character as well as strength from their parents.