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  • noun Plural form of kinship.

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Examples

  • But it was probably without much difficulty, given their close linguistic kinships, that the clusters of West Germanic languages sporadically evolved into what would become the earliest manifestations of English.

    The English Is Coming!

  • He would now witness thousands of fire-new terms flowing generously into the lexicon that he had augmented and renewed, and would probably recognize some kinships between the fast-growing English vocabulary of his world and of ours.xvii

    The English Is Coming!

  • But it was probably without much difficulty, given their close linguistic kinships, that the clusters of West Germanic languages sporadically evolved into what would become the earliest manifestations of English.

    The English Is Coming!

  • He would now witness thousands of fire-new terms flowing generously into the lexicon that he had augmented and renewed, and would probably recognize some kinships between the fast-growing English vocabulary of his world and of ours.xvii

    The English Is Coming!

  • So it is a strange thing that men who are schooled by evolution to relate themselves to all that exists, and to seek for new kinships, should lament that there is no new thing under the sun.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • As far as she had been able to tell, Khleevi didn't appear to form emotional attachments, friendships, or kinships of any personal significance to them.

    Massage

  • Will the future corporate kinships of EnnisKnupp affect its perception of fierce independence so strong the firm in 2008 won a contract to help the U.S.

    Is ''Conflict-Free'' EnnisKnupp Selling Its Soul?

  • She spoke of “kinships”, people in her life who were critical at some stage, and that after personal growth to another stage, there is no way you just “cut ties to them without cutting yourself”.

    Report from the first Rapid Responsa: Race, Resentment and the “Obama Moment” « The Blog at 16th and Q

  • The theory posits that humans have an economic view of social kinships, which means we weigh the quantifiable benefits and costs before entering into new relationships.

    Beth Perry: Black Women Find Love, Too

  • "His kinships are across the political spectrum," Child said.

    Hillary Finance Committee Member Compares Wright And David Duke, Says Obama "Used Race Where It Suited Him"

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