Examples of kinship in a Sentence
He feels a strong kinship with other survivors of the war.
feelings of kinship between the team's players and their fans
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Most of the individuals in the displaced persons centers already have strong roots in this country — by kinship, religion or national origin.
Furthermore, the most overt link between You Were Never Really Here and Taxi Driver —a broken man's kinship with, and absolution through, a young, female prostitute—cuts deeper in Ramsay's film.
This January, Schmuck’s passion led him to a special kinship with a Royals fan living in Iowa.
That was the difference; Americans were objecting to their government as the author of fresh misery for ragged-sleeved, worn-thin fellow human beings whose only shield against their misery was kinship and hope.
Also on this website is a section on public spaces throughout the U.S. and Canada with which the group feels some kinship (www.network.thehighline.org).
What was once a political kinship forged around the values of the Reagan revolution has deteriorated into a nasty rivalry in a state where Republicans can scarcely afford it.
Typically, documents such as birth certificates are used to verify kinship claims, according to HHS.
There’s a cult kinship to the property now, with Don Mancini, who has written all of the Child’s Play movies and took over directing duties starting with Seed of Chucky (2004), shepherding the franchise and turning it into a family affair.
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KINSHIP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of kinship for English Language Learners
: the state of being related to the people in your family
: a feeling of being close or connected to other people
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