cousin

[ kuhz-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF cousin

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COUSIN

This post was filled in Oldport, in those days, by my cousin Kate.

"A cousin from Australia," she concluded: they had cousins there.

He wrote to his cousin Helen asking if he might bring a friend with him.

The second point in this category is own cousin to the above.

Is there anything you want me to do in this sad affair, cousin Hester?

I send now a message to our cousin Charles which his whole kingdom may read.

My cousin, Miss Agnes Lynch, must be very careful as to her associates.

She says they're vulgar for an innocent country girl like her cousin, Agnes Lynch.

He must have slipped his cousin's leash, for he was at the Nicaragua almost as soon as I was.

Rico did not find his cousin in the sitting-room; so he went to the kitchen, and opened the door.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COUSIN

kinfolk

nounkin
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