kinship[ kin-ship ]SEE DEFINITION OF kinship
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KINSHIP
His only comments on the disclosure of kinship were a "Humph!"
I could have kicked Bayliss for his officious explanation of kinship.
His father was my father's cousin, so that my kinship is none so near.
Less than ever did he now seek to prevail by the voice of kinship.
She was beheaded in May, 1541, being too near in kinship to the throne to be allowed to live.
Because of the strength of its ideals conscious of their kinship with the West.
The instinct of kinship was as strong in them as in the old Jews.
Kinship is purely matter of fact and history, and therefore rational.
Kinship was lost by separation, and fire superseded it as a bond of association.
He felt in that moment his kinship with all the rebels and disinherited of the earth.