philoprogenitiveness, or love of children—the Hindoos, Negroes, and Charibs.
It is far otherwise, and many of these gentry have the organ of philoprogenitiveness strongly developed.
Anybody'd think we were High Priests of—of philoprogenitiveness!
philoprogenitiveness is an important organ for an officer of colored troops; and I happen to be well provided with it.
I don't think Terry had what the phrenologists call "the lump of philoprogenitiveness" at all well developed.
These rejected essays and tales were my children, and the embarrassing number of them did not curb my philoprogenitiveness.
Schopenhauer's instinct of philoprogenitiveness has to-day become an article of faith with the learned and unlearned.
Schopenhauer's "instinct of philoprogenitiveness" has to-day become an article of faith with the learned and the unlearned.
Mrs. Stowe has their philoprogenitiveness—as phrenologists call it—as fully developed as the whites.