- of or relating to several generations, as of a family, or society: a multigenerational novel covering 300 years.
Origin of multigenerational
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Examples from the Web for multigenerational
Even today—contrary to cranky public opinion—the political influence of multigenerational families is weak and getting weaker.Can We Divorce Our Elites?
April 13, 2014
The Barrymores were a multigenerational dynasty that included film and theater actors John, Lionel, Ethel, John Drew, and Drew.The Not-So-Fresh Prince: Will Smith Falls Flat
June 4, 2013
The seeds of multigenerational tragedy were planted in the Iran-Iraq war.The Last Time We Fought Iran
July 6, 2012