Thesaurus / kith
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"Our bitterest enemies are our own kith and kin," cried the King, starting up in a fury, and striding up and down the room.

My grandfather is his cousin, so he's kith and kin to me, somehow, if you can make that out.

Of course, having no kith nor kin in all this wide world, he went immediately to consult Agnes.

The Making of Bobby BurnitGeorge Randolph Chester

Our word "kith," in the proverb "kith and kin," means persons of our acquaintance.

I never heard of but one money-lender who kept them, and he has been a long time dead, and I think he left no kith nor kin!

Twas but fair—they were her kith and kin.She lately put on the habit of their third minors.

The Saint's TragedyCharles Kingsley

I am going to ask Mrs. Ormonde to lend them to me for a few months, for they are all I have of kith or kin.

A Crooked PathMrs. Alexander

Their kith and kin form a majority of the population, and therefore of the electorate.

Town Life in AustraliaR. E. N. (Richard) Twopeny

Some of these folk were kith and kin, as his mother had remembered and they, perhaps, had forgotten.

The Purple HeightsMarie Conway Oemler

In fact no story of the war is now possible without some kith and kin in it.

WORDS RELATED TO KITH

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