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Offspring

Off´spring`
n. sing. &1.
1.The act of production; generation.
2.That which is produced; a child or children; a descendant or descendants, however remote from the stock.
To the gods alone
Our future offspring and our wives are known.
- Dryden.
3.Origin; lineage; family.
Noun1.Offspringoffspring - the immediate descendants of a person; "she was the mother of many offspring"; "he died without issue"
Synonyms: progeny, issue
2.offspring - something that comes into existence as a result; "industrialism prepared the way for acceptance of the French Revolution's various socialistic offspring"; "this skyscraper is the solid materialization of his efforts"
3.offspring - any immature animal
Synonyms: young
aftermath, artifact, bairn, brainchild, breed, brood, by-product, cherub, child, chit, coinage, composition, conclusion, concoction, consequence, consequent, corollary, creation, creature, crowning achievement, darling, daughter, derivation, derivative, descendant, descendants, descent, development, distillate, distillation, dynasty, effect, end product, essence, event, eventuality, eventuation, extract, family, folks, foster child, fruit, get, grandchild, grandchildren, granddaughter, grandson, great-grandchildren, handiwork, harvest, hatch, hearth, heir, heiress, heirs, homefolks, hostages to fortune, house, household, inheritors, innocent, invention, kid, kids, kitten, lamb, lambkin, legacy, line, lineage, little bugger, little fellow, little guy, little innocent, little one, little ones, little tad, little tot, logical outcome, manufacture, masterpiece, masterwork, menage, mintage, mite, new generation, new mintage, nipper, offshoot, opera, opus, opuscule, origination, outcome, outgrowth, peewee, people, posterity, precipitate, produce, product, production, progeniture, result, resultant, rising generation, scion, seed, sequel, sequela, sequence, sequent, shaver, son, son and heir, sonny, sons, spawn, stepchild, stepdaughter, stepson, succession, successor, swarm, tad, tot, treasures, upshot, wee tot, work, young, younglings, youngster, youngsters
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Offprint
offsaddle
Offscouring
Offscum
Offset
offset lithography
offset printing
Offset staff
offsetting
offsetting balance
Offshoot
Offshore
offshore rig
offside
offsides
Offskip
-- Offspring --
offstage
Offtake
Offuscate
Ofo
OFS
Oft
OFTA
Often
oftener
Oftenness
Oftensith
Oftentide
Oftentimes
Ofter
OFTP
Ofttimes
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