familial

[ fuh-mil-yuh l, -mil-ee-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF familial

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In this case also the whole movement of a life takes place in the magic circle of the familial constellation.

A chivalrous young American may offer his life for a remote ideal which yet may belong to his familial tradition.

Race is such a transcendent parameter and so are gender, familial affiliation or contacts and influence.

He'd clap his hand upon my shoulder and cuss me as familial and neighbourly as if he'd been a common chap.

Again it struck me that they bore a familial kinship to a variety that occurred on the plain.

There are, moreover, varying strains of spirochetes which differ in virulence, or there are familial idiosyncrasies.

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filial

adjectiverelating to a son or daughter
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