akin[ uh-kin ]SEE DEFINITION OF akin
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AKIN
But the time had passed when my affections and those of my master were akin.
And do you consider truth to be akin to proportion or to disproportion?
Or that his nature, being such as we have delineated, is akin to the highest good?
All of them are akin to speech, and therefore, like speech, admit of true and false.
And this science is akin to knowledge rather than to action.
They are akin to what may be termed the underground religion in all ages and countries.
And one class of harmonies is akin to courage and all virtue, the other to cowardice and all vice.
It was enough to inform Aline that Mme. de Plougastel's errand must be akin to her own.
Master and pupil were akin in their unwearied devotion to art.
It became evident that her capacity is akin to that of the magician's bag.