Examples of kin in a Sentence
They are her distant kin.
invited all of his kith and kin to his graduation party
Recent Examples of kin from the Web
Even in camels and their kin, whose diseases are better understood, researchers haven't identified which pathogens the small antibodies combat.
Although Edward IV had the Lancastrian King Henry VI secretly murdered in the Tower in 1471, to close off the enemy dynasty, Richard couldn’t get away with the same thing with his own kith and kin 12 years later.
Hamilton’s rule favors cooperation through the relatedness of individual kin.
Abrams is also extremely proud of introducing legislation designed to improve the welfare of grandparents and other kin responsible for raising children and securing increased funding to support these families.
Shortly after this piece publishes, a host of my McWopKraut kin will be masticating dehydrated meals on Rainier’s mighty shoulders.
As family members gathered to try to identify their kin, the Special Forces soldiers got into their vehicles and left hastily.
The movie runs on fear of the aliens, but also of the possibility of failing to protect your kin.
The Tepoztecos view the mountains as guardian kin, with names for each hill, including Cerro del OVNI — UFO Hill.
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Origin and Etymology of kin
Origin and Etymology of -kin
KIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of kin for English Language Learners
: a person's relatives
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