kindred[ kin-drid ]SEE DEFINITION OF kindred
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KINDRED
No one of our kindred must enter the family of Pericles as a slave.
The family affection of the Jew, his kindness to his kindred, have become proverbial.
With the insight of a kindred temperament he pronounced his verdict.
If you be really of her kindred, I commend to you my brother: he is at ——, with Mr. Morton.
The plains were fatherland and mother-country, home and kindred, to Tom.
We find Samson visiting his Philistine wife, who remained with her kindred.
A proud man of his stock and kindred had the means of sending him there.
They are of kindred races––their ancestors, too, may be mine.
Is not there a kindred spirit in his own thoughts every moment of his life?
There are kindred loving eyes on earth that beam even for thee!
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR KINDRED
- regular fellow
- right neighborly