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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But the Israelis worried about the Muslim Brotherhood’s ideological kinship with Hamas and its historic hostility to the Jewish state itself.
Personal tragedies — children dying, bad marriages — recur repeatedly in families held together by the mysterious bonds of kinship and brimstone religion.
Paul comes from a close family and craves the kinship of a team.
Under a family-reunification system, by contrast, ordinary Americans select immigrants on the basis of kinship, and the needs of their families.
Perhaps that's why Jacob feels such a kinship with Star Wars.
Granduciel, from Philadelphia, is a contemporary of Kurt Vile, and the two share a musical kinship that’s hard to deny.
Those who worship him in Miami, even those who never met him or don’t remember watching him play, feel a special kinship.
But even as Crown Heights — and her building — has become a destination for New Yorkers priced out of trendier parts of Brooklyn, Ms. Mathis has found a surprising kinship with her new neighbors, rather than a clash between old and new.
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