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  • adj. Between families.


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inter- +‎ familial


  • Sophocles's Oedipus is a particular inspiration for endless interfamilial trauma and revenge, apparently.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • And as children learn that they are complicit with their nuggets, wings, ribs and cheeseburgers, they lock it down deep in denial, repressing interfamilial murder.

    The ABCs of Atrocity

  • Not to mention an attention span and focus unavailable to minds driven mad with interfamilial incest and other taboo deviations from the social norms of the great unwashed masses (read: you and me).

    The True Origin of Our Present Misery: Why Peace Never Had a Chance

  • Worlds collide and find themselves already interwoven ... there's more going on than interfamilial melodrama, and Shafak's ambitions do not stop with an airing of Turkey's century-old dirty laundry ...

    The Bastard of Istanbul: Summary and book reviews of The Bastard of Istanbul by Elif Shafak.

  • I'm having problems with part 2 (addressing interfamilial) so I'll skip to part 3 and come back to it.

    jeremiah was a bullyfrog

  • The collective building of dykes to reclaim tidal marshes for cultivation and maintenance of the embankments also encouraged interfamilial cooperation among the Acadians.

    Champlain's Dream

  • Their authority doubly compromised by their status as outsiders and their dependence on the Portuguese, the first Mundlovu chiefs faced bitter opposition from local Mukavele and Khosa families, a problem that interfered with Portuguese attempts to govern the area throughout the colonial period, and whose legacy of interfamilial tension persists to this day.

    Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique

  • Rumors of an Ed-and-Caroline marriage began to surface as early as January 1984, at which time it was also said that there was interfamilial opposition to such a union.

    American Legacy

  • It was a law against interfamilial violence, not specifically a gender law.

  • The dramatic strength of all this interfamilial conflict is largely due to Vera Farmiga’s naturalistically intense performance, which finds a perfect foil in Isabelle Furman’s theatrically sinister one.

    ORPHAN DVD Review –


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