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  • n. Plural form of consanguinity.


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  • And whatever consanguinities of method and approach that were involved must surely be matched by ineluctable oppositions between painting, a space art, and literature, a time art.

    Tender Buttons

  • Another round of consanguinities: the animal still remained immovable, till presently he lunged out with a wicked kick which had nearly obliterated at one blow the whole line of his ancestry and collateral relatives as represented in the driver.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 17, No. 099, March, 1876

  • The elements of Friendship between other consanguinities will be of course proportionably similar.


  • Slavic blood; Roumania with its Latin consanguinities was close to

    History of the World War An Authentic Narrative of the World's Greatest War

  • For, by regal affinities, consanguinities, and unexpected chances and changes, the three

    Early Kings of Norway

  • "Take heire a view of youre noble and renowned ancestors, of whose blood you are descended in a right and uninterrupted male line; as also of so many of the consanguinities and ancient affinities of youre family in the infancy thereof, as the penury of our oldest records and the credit of our best traditions has happily preserved from the grave of oblivion.

    Memoirs of the Jacobites of 1715 and 1745 Volume III.


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