Examples of kinsman in a Sentence
to protect the family honor, he sought to revenge the murder of his kinsman
Recent Examples of kinsman from the Web
Their kinsmen, already in the United States, have been vital factors in farm and workshop for generations.
The warriors butchered the people and used the heads of Lewis’s kinsmen as decoration for their belts.
Best of all, Mazibuko believes his friend and kinsman's experiment has worked.
One of my favorite historical titles is cardinal nipote, Italian for cardinal nephew, which would be awarded when a pope appointed a kinsman to the College of Cardinals.
Name Withheld What your kinsman is doing is, of course, wrong.
Up north, Sansa will rule while her kinsman Jon Snow hits the road.
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KINSMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of kinsman for English Language Learners
: a male relative
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