Birthright [noun]

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Jacob robbed his brother of his birthright by trading on his hunger; Joseph robbed a whole people in the same way.

I can't tell you how I have longed for a girl's good time here in San Francisco—denied all these years, and my birthright.

And her love was not only for those who could claim it as a birthright, but to all who came to Canada in quest of freedom.

Why should they use the powers that were their inalienable birthright to make true believers obey a Christian dog?

The Constitution and its guarantees are our birthright, and I am ready to enforce that inalienable right to the last extent.

They have made private terms with the enemy, and sold their birthright for very bad pottage.

We will help each other,—you to my birthright, I to your revenge!

He was by birthright a member of the society, and stood for King George, and would pay no war tax.

But even writers who are not great have, here and there, proved their full consciousness of their birthright.

Will a Beaufort give me back my birthright—restore my dead mother's fair name?