Definition of Sonhood

1. the state of being a son [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sonhood

songsmith
songsmiths
songspiel
songspiels
songster
songsters
songstress
songstresses
songworthy
songwriter
songwriterly
songwriters
songwriting
songwritings
songy
sonhood (current term)
sonhoods
sonic
sonic barrier
sonic boom
sonic booms
sonic branding
sonic delay line
sonic depth finder
sonic hedgehog
sonic waves
sonically
sonicate
sonicated
sonicates

Literary usage of Sonhood

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Old Testament in the Light of the Historical Records and Legends of by Theophilus Goldridge Pinches (1903)
"If he has committed against his father a grave fault which cuts him off from sonhood, the first time (the father) shall refrain. If he has committed a grave ..."

2. Immortality and the New Theodicy by George Angier Gordon (1897)
"the image of his Maker, his, son, it follows that when the sonhood in man speaks, ... sonhood in man is but the expression of the Godhood beyond man; ..."

3. Immortality and the New Theodicy by George Angier Gordon (1897)
"The Verdict of tbe Infinite the image of his Maker, his son, it follows that when the sonhood in man speaks, and speaks for life everlasting, it is the God- ..."

4. Pedagogical Articles: Linen-measurer by Leo Tolstoy, Leo Wiener (1904)
"Even so carnal sonhood is always of two kinds. Every man is, whether he wants to be or not, of necessity the son of his father, and yet he may, or may not, ..."

5. Religion and Miracle by George Angier Gordon (1910)
"He has his personal vision of God; he lives out in conduct his vision of his sonhood to God; and he becomes thereby the living witness for the God who is ..."

6. Religion and Miracle by George Angier Gordon (1909)
"... and he becomes thereby the living witness for the God who is the universal Father and for a sonhood wide as the race of man. ..."

7. Religion and Miracle by George Angier Gordon (1909)
"He has his personal vision of God; he lives out in conduct his vision of his sonhood to God; and he becomes thereby the living witness for the God who is ..."

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