But his son was of a different race, and the inheritor of his own traditions and prejudices.
If he was one, he was either the victim of misfortune or the inheritor of the misfortune of an ancestor.
It is a pupil of the entire Past, the heir of all its knowledge, the inheritor of all its wisdom.
It is as your son that I speak; it is as the inheritor of your name,—that name which Madeleine also bears.
The interest and the desire evoked the natural historian, the inheritor of the half-forgotten mantle of Pliny.
It shuts the inheritor into a shell of circumstances from which there is no escape.
This man, for all his suave courtesy and western polish, would be the inheritor of oriental ideas.
"It doesn't come natural, Dink," said the inheritor of millions regretfully.
Lowell was an inheritor and an enricher of the Great Tradition.
He too felt himself an inheritor of the kingdom of Tavy and a son of Dartmoor.