My grandfather is his cousin, so he's kith and kin to me, somehow, if you can make that out.
I reject you, and all of your kith and kin—all the false, hollow, heartless stock.'
But Meade is the man of their own kith and kin, and they ought to have known him.
Gone was the only living man who had stood to him for kith and kin.
I cannot serve my own kith and kin, but must seek my bread from the stranger!
Our word "kith," in the proverb "kith and kin," means persons of our acquaintance.
Of country, parents, kith and kin (life's boon) myself debar?
Oliver and Stephen alone had no kith and kin to see them on this proud day.
Is it true, what he says, that he's nor kith nor kin, hereabouts?
We marry and are taken in marriage by, and among, our own kith and kin.