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Generation Gap

293. Generation Gap

  1. Fathers and Sons Turgenev novel depicts conflicts of politics and generations. [Russ. Lit.: Benét, 341]
  2. Pontifex, Theobald domineering father disinherits his unworldly son. [Br. Lit.: Butler The Way of All Flesh in Magill I, 1097]
  3. Wynne, Hugh never wins the understanding or favor of his stern Quaker father. [Am. Lit.: Hugh Wynne, Free Quaker ; Magill I, 390]

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generation gap

gen·er·a·tion gap • n. (usu. the generation gap) differences of outlook or opinion between people of different generations.

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