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 Corot’s stirring account of a group of trees asserts instead a kinship—he the painter, and they the trees, are co-existing phenomena in a Republic.
There’s always a chance, however small, that the conservative bloc might be voted out in the next election cycle and be replaced by politicians who feel more kinship with Jacobs and his ilk.
The kinship between sports and mentorship is seemingly conjoined at the hip.
Do the trials shared by these young men forge true spiritual kinship?
The Conners, like most families, thrived on the theatre of kinship: its ceremonial arguments, its tender heart-to-hearts, and its awkward and hard-fought routes to empathy.
Closing credits dedicate the film to the late white-boy bluesman, but what kinship that quick-witted, impossibly cool songwriter might have with this schlock is anyone's guess.
Publicly slighting millions of NRA members, and the many more millions who feel some tribal kinship with them, is unlikely to be good for any such business.
Their ideological kinship on foreign policy issues also quickly became apparent.
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KINSHIP Defined 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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