Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Kinsfolk.

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  • noun Plural form of kinsperson.

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Examples

  • Liberals and libertarians, big-L and small-l alike, our kinspeople need us!

    Could local be the new British?

  • Liberals and libertarians, big-L and small-l alike, our kinspeople need us!

    The beacons! The beacons are lit!

  • Lord help us! caring about the wide world, so, when we know nothing of it, instead of one's own uncles and nephews, and kinspeople! '

    Camilla

  • She is also familiar with the language of her kinspeople, the Chippewas and the Assinaboines.

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  • At the end of that time he reappeared in Domleschg, bringing with him a young child, whom he tried to place with some of his kinspeople.

    Heidi

  • After rest and visits to kinspeople, he went to Frederick County in March and undertook new surveys that occupied his time until nearly the first of May.

    Washington

  • Even among men, as his Virginia kinspeople were to find, he occasionally was silent and sullen; in the presence of ladies he almost always was reserved and embarrassed.

    Washington

  • After rest and visits to kinspeople, he went to Frederick County in March and undertook new surveys that occupied his time until nearly the first of May.

    Washington

  • After rest and visits to kinspeople, he went to Frederick County in March and undertook new surveys that occupied his time until nearly the first of May.

    Washington

  • Even among men, as his Virginia kinspeople were to find, he occasionally was silent and sullen; in the presence of ladies he almost always was reserved and embarrassed.

    Washington

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