- n. Plural form of cousin.
“Then again, I guess it helps when your one of your cousins is the super.”
“About fifth cousins is the furthest we can possibly be from each other.”
“I have two cousins from a Jewish father who celebrate Chanukah, but they are not Jewish.”
“Ah, yesterday my brother told me that one of our cousins is getting married.”
“Let their kissin 'cousins, the Chinese, board the boat.”
“Thursday at 7 p.m. "BOY" A boy living in New Zealand with his grandmother, brother and cousins is left to only imagine what his father is like.”
“The service of our British cousins is very much appreciated by the American public and families of serving troops – even if our so-called “Commander-in-Chief” does not.”
“With the growing popularity of Twitter, Facebook, iPhone, iGoogle, AIR and their distant cousins from the social media/Web 2.0 world, companies are embracing some of these tools and associated culture, driven by employees (for internal usage) and changing consumer behavior.”
“One of my cousins is doing a geneology project, and was searching for some family photos to complete her collection.”
“We do not mourn the loss of their wondrous tools; we wait, and we watch the stars, because we know that some day cousins from the land of our ancestors will find us and take us home.”
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by Great Big Sea.
Jenny said goodbye this afternoon
As far as I can tell
She can't bear the goodbye evenings
Or the morning-afters of farewell
She says "Here yo...
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