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Things eldest often describes (“eldest ________”)
son, daughter, brother, child, sister, sons, boy, girl, children, member, daughters, male, grandson, boys, uncle, brothers, sou, nephew, wife, prince, girls, branch, princess, sonne, sisters, cousin, grandchild, john, heir, sibling, granddaughter, descendant, niece, henry, dau, eon, william, curse, princesses, aunt, female, george, thomas, lad, aine, present, sone, khan, offspring, representative, judge, singh, richard, charles, pupil, edward, mary, queen, elizabeth, rover, arthur, relative, james, robert, danghter, margaret, stepson, survivor, descendants, bennet, captain, larkins, francis

How eldest often is described (“________ eldest”)
second, next, third, own, fourth, primal, youngest, imbecile, unruly, absolute, earliest, luckier, sixth, land's, dear

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See eldest used in context: 2 rhymes, 22 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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