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  • adj. Not cousinly.

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  • adj. not befitting a cousin


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un- +‎ cousinly


  • The Thei-war gave the term a most uncousinly emphasis.

    The Doom Brigade

  • In a country which for several years now had been disputed in arms between two very uncousinly cousins, it was no wonder if private enemies and equally acquisitive neighbours joined in the plundering for themselves, independently of either faction.

    Brother Cadfael's Penance

  • Cousins, most uncousinly, they tore each other and tore England between them, and yet life must go on, faith must go on, the stubborn defiance of fortune must go on in the husbandry of the year, season after season, plough and harrow and seed, tillage and harvest.

    The Virgin In The Ice

  • Petersburg station, which ended in a most uncousinly kiss, flamed scarcely less hot in the memory of the maiden than in that of Ivan.

    The Genius

  • But we all knew what Felicity had started to say and the Story Girl dealt her a most uncousinly glance.

    The Golden Road

  • If it were a fact that there had recently been a quarrel between these cousins, whose uncousinly attitude towards each other was fast becoming clear to Mr. Taggett, then here was a conceivable key to an enigma which had puzzled him.

    The Stillwater Tragedy

  • Garage door opener parts bacchant is now uncousinly for typhlopidae, subjoining and treacly uncharted distortion divided parji.

    Rational Review


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