Relating or adapted to the production of good or improved offspring.(adjective)
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Use "eugenic" in a sentence
"Haven; and Harry Laughlin, Davenport's protégé, the nation's foremost expert in eugenic sterilization and also a leader in the movement to stop the tide of immigrants coming to this country."
"For these reasons, the so-called eugenic laws of several states, which provide for a certificate of health before a marriage license is issued, are not adequate eugenic measures."
"For however famous a man may become in other respects, he cannot, I think, be justly termed eugenic if deficient in the qualities I have just named."