relative

[ rel-uh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF relative

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RELATIVE

To her, the relative importance of the farm to Billy was as simple as a problem in addition.

I might be said to be without a friend, or relative, in the world.

This proprietor was a man of great opulence, and a relative of Naomi.

"My relative believes that Mr. Harkless is still alive," said Meredith.

He was another friend, and even a relative, of the "illustrious master."

Have you heard him speak of late of any relative of mine or his, called Pecksniff?

Do you know, sir, that I am the friend and relative of that sick gentleman?

Yet even here there is to be seen a relative diminution of the higher pay.

Here he had deposited his travelling chest in the house of a relative.

There lay your relative on his back behind the curtain, plunged in sweet slumber.

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