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Sentence count:92+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-01Updated:2017-02-01
Similar words: affiliateaffiliatedfilibusterfamiliarcivilianauxiliaryhumiliateliabilityMeaning: ['fɪlɪəl]  adj. 1. designating the generation or the sequence of generations following the parental generation 2. relating to or characteristic of or befitting an offspring. 
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1) An impoverished family can call forth a filial son.
2) His father would accuse him of neglecting his filial duties.
3) In a traditional Chinese family filial piety is rigidly observed.
4) The filial son, smashing apart the rock mountain prison.
5) This is clearly a work of filial piety.
6) They put great store in filial piety and playing by their rules.
7) But a key element remained the considerable filial loyalty the catholic nationalists showed towards their clergy, bishops, and Popes.
8) Within families filial piety was the keystone of morality and it led logically to an absolute obedience to the household head.
9) The pull of journalism was incessant, but filial loyalty led him to qualify as a property surveyor.
10) Mencius contributed to Confucius filial duty.
11) The unfilial crime changed with the filial conception.
12) Dino would pour out some natural filial feeling.
13) You had a lot of filial piety once.
14) The Chinese Augustinian teach,(http://sentencedict.com/filial.html) speaking the amenability filial piety.
15) Filial piety to become outstanding employees from the start.
16) Stork - Filial duty, emblem of a grateful man.
17) An impoverished call forth a filial son.
18) We'll respect Catherine's filial scruples.
19) The children treated their parents with filial respect.
20) Filial piety is a cardinal virtue my people have brought over from China.
21) The ethic of filial duty of Buddhism ethic was the key to Buddhism' s development and one of the main features of Buddhism in China.
22) The last thing to be neglected is to observe the filial piety.
23) He beat in me the duties of loyalty and filial piety.
24) Speaking in this sense did not mean a pleasant filial initiative on the telephone.
25) The first theme struck in this new Gospel is that there was tension in the filial relationship.
26) He reigned alone in the Frankish heartlands, and prevented filial or factional hostility from coalescing into any major revolt.
27) However, where the two virtues conflicted, loyalty tended to take precedence over filial piety.
28) Here it may be as well to shift from filial piety to what for our society is the more straight forward issue of theft.
29) For some time thereafter matters of defence, policy and filial duties were in abeyance.
30) This made him the intellectual heir of John Hunter, whose Essays and Observations he published with due filial piety in 1861.
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