kinswoman

[ kinz-woo m-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF kinswoman
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KINSWOMAN

As I live, she is a kinswoman that such a warlike prince might well be proud of.

I have spoken to my kinswoman, the mother-superior of convent.

And thou 'rt not amazed, Elsie, that our captain and his kinswoman will wed?

My kinswoman was fond of pan, and I hastened to place some before her.

Peter Sherringham came humanely to his kinswoman's assistance.

We are starting to-day, and shall sleep at the house of your kinswoman, to whom we have a letter.

She was a kinswoman of Ewell, and said to have been his early love.

Certainly it was possible that this last might not be his kinswoman, after all.

I was his kinswoman, and under my full age; he would give my hand to whom he chose.

But he was a sportsman—particularly did he wish to impress his kinswoman.

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