Noun(1) a right or privilege that you are entitled to at birth(2) an inheritance coming by right of birth (especially by primogeniture(3) personal characteristics that are inherited at birth
(1) I am a woman, possessing the softness and warmth that is my birthright , and I love what I am.(2) But while his passage back to Asia sounds ‘natural’, considering his birthright , Pascal's career choice was not so clear cut.(3) He reminds the king that he reversed the natural order of birthright when he gave his daughters the crown.(4) It is by now, they feel, a simple birthright , as natural as the air they breathe.(5) This was our birthright as intellectuals, but to possess it we needed to withstand the terror, loneliness, and isolation inherent in intellectual life.(6) The Middle Kingdom was established on the principle that those who are of lower rank and wish to better themselves can do so by means of great deeds and accomplishments rather than by birthright .(7) Once mollified, they are possessed once again of that calm which is their birthright , their black gaze deep.(8) Dissolving negative, harmful patterns leads toward the sense of ease, grace, lightness, freedom and good health that are every human being's natural birthright .(9) This ancestral knowledge comes naturally to us; it is our birthright .(10) It's your natural birthright , but they make you pay for it.(11) If you learn too many other things, then this natural birthright will become almost impossible to remember and relearn.(12) Which will leave hundreds of thousands of football fans deprived of their natural birthright : when in doubt, blame the ref.(13) A generally accepted tenet of the American dream is that a high-quality education is a birthright .(14) The book is divided into sections and he deals with the various geographic regions, the monarchy, Buddhism, the life of the people and how it encompasses birthright , education, food, fun, death and doctors.(15) Every human being has a natural birthright of having access to natural resources such as water.(16) The birthright of Christian education was not stolen by skeptics and rationalists.
(1) birthright :: 生得権
1. patrimony ::
2. inheritance ::
3. heritage ::
4. right ::
5. due ::
6. prerogative ::
7. privilege ::
8. primogeniture ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 6
If we could leave at 8, we'd still regain
our BIRTHRIGHT at 10, 10:30 latest.
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 19
he was named King in the North.
Not because of his BIRTHRIGHT.
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 3
He's got the BIRTHRIGHT.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 6
A title. A BIRTHRIGHT.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 5
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