Thesaurus / clannish

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Nothing demonstrates the clannish feeling of North Britain as this does.

Many difficulties were in the way owing to the clannish feuds of the Afghans and the number of possible claimants for the crown.

The Indians are a patient and a clannish people; their love for one another is stronger than that of any civilized people I know.

Indian Child LifeCharles A. Eastman

For even little Indian girls had their "dearest friends," quite as much as have our own clannish young school-girls of to-day.

Historic GirlsE. S. Brooks

So we are clannish; and we love to do the unusual, to break away from the commonplace and routine of our lives.

The Mind and Its EducationGeorge Herbert Betts

The one were as turbulent, clannish, fierce, and barbarous as the other.

The consequence was that there was little of the clannish spirit among Englishmen.

The higher type of man is firm but not quarrelsome; sociable, but not clannish.

The New York assembly was, and not without reason, clannish in giving men and money for use only within her own borders.

Its a case of once we used to be snobbish at Wayland Hall, but now were clannish.

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