I exist merely as meat for the hungry wolf, an incubator for his progeny and a servant to his needs.
The memorable last line of the novel reads: “I had no progeny, I transmitted to no one the legacy of our misery.”
Downstairs, a band called Def Generation, composed mostly of Neville progeny, is killing the hour before the brothers come on.
Socialism is not the father of Canada's success, but its progeny.
For Gainsbourg, the progeny of two superstars, being cool is the last thing she needs to try to be.
In the main, crime begins in progeny where Juke blood crosses X blood.
The object of the enjoyment of women is twofold, viz., pleasure and progeny.
For while in the progeny of the hybrids (Gen. F1), twenty-five per cent.
This Treason excelleth in both, for that it was to destroy the king and his progeny.
Other combinations of parental characters should give the proportions in the progeny shown in table 1.
progeny prog·e·ny (prŏj'ə-nē)
n. pl. progeny or prog·e·nies
One born of, begotten by, or derived from another; an offspring or a descendant.
Offspring or descendants considered as a group.