Thesaurus / kinship
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Joy is also the feeling that can arise from sensing kinship with others, experiencing harmony between what we are doing and our values, or seeing the significance in an action, a place, a conversation or even an inanimate object.

How to find joy during tough timesBy Angela Gorrell/The ConversationOctober 9, 2020Popular Science

So I stumbled into those relationships and I have found incredible love and kinship with those who volunteer to wear uniform.

They had no kinship with the crowd beyond that which a man has to children.

From Sea to SeaRudyard Kipling

The Bulgarians, although their motives were also pragmatic, felt a deep sense of kinship with the Russian people.

Area Handbook for BulgariaEugene K. Keefe, Violeta D. Baluyut, William Giloane, Anne K. Long, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole

The direct descent of the kinship name is obviously the rule.

The native was no longer ashamed, his sense of kinship grew warmer, and his lips were opened.

In the South SeasRobert Louis Stevenson

It makes them feel a sort of kinship with the country of hill-shadows, and strange romance.

Historic FredericksburgJohn T. Goolrick

Perhaps, cognizant alike of tempest and calm, it recognized this son's kinship with itself.

When 'Bear Cat' Went DryCharles Neville Buck

On account of ties of kinship our personal relations will remain unchanged.

Plays--First SeriesAugust Strindberg

Rastignac lowered his eyes, and acknowledged this kinship claimed by crime as an expiation of his own evil thoughts.

Father GoriotHonore de Balzac


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