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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KINSMAN

By some remarkable intuition my kinsman Teunis was prompted to advance at this.

You are, or rather your kinsman Peter, is still in the wood.

"Pete Gansevoort dragged you off on his back," my kinsman concluded.

Do you speak to me thus of my kinsman, the Cardinal-Duke de Lerma?

We have a fighting strain in us ever since my kinsman followed Ireton's army as a sutler.

Are you a kinsman of Joseph Clarke, the old Roundhead of that town?'

Aboukar, for such was the Moor's name, then ushered in his kinsman.

By his sovran he sat, come safe from battle, kinsman by kinsman.

Heedless of harm, though his hand was burned, hardy-hearted, he helped his kinsman.

As an eagle descendeth on its prey, so rusheth my kinsman to the onset.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1200, kenesmen, from late Old English cynnes mannum; see kin + man. Kinswoman is recorded from c.1400.

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