Synonyms and related words:
affiliation, ancestry, apparentation, architecture, assembly, attraction, attrition, birth, blood, bloodline, bolting, branch, breed, building, casting, clarification, colature, common ancestry, composition, concentrate, concentration, consanguinity, construction, conversion, crafting, craftsmanship, creation, cultivation, curtailment, cut, cutting, decoction, decrease, decrement, depletion, depreciation, deracination, derivation, derogation, descent, destructive distillation, detraction, devising, diminution, dip, direct line, disparagement, distaff side, distillate, distillation, draft, drawing, drayage, edulcoration, elaboration, elixir, elution, elutriation, eradication, erection, essence, essentialization, excerpt, excerption, extirpation, extract, extrication, fabrication, family, fashioning, female line, filiation, filtering, filtration, formation, forming, formulation, framing, growing, handicraft, handiwork, harvesting, haulage, hauling, heaving, house, impairment, infusion, leaching, lessening, line, line of descent, lineage, lixiviation, machining, making, male line, manufacture, manufacturing, milling, mining, molding, origin, parentage, passage, pedigree, percolation, phylum, prefabrication, preparation, processing, producing, pull, pulling, pulling power, purification, quintessence, race, raising, reduction, refinement, refining, remission, removal, retraction, retrenchment, riddling, screening, seed, selected passage, selection, separation, sept, shaping, shortening, shrinkage, side, sieving, sifting, smelting, spear side, spindle side, spirit, spiritualization, stem, stirps, stock, strain, straining, sublimation, succession, sword side, towage, towing, traction, tractive power, truncation, tug-of-war, tugging, uprooting, winnowing, withdrawal, workmanship

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