Noun(1) a close connection marked by community of interests or similarity in nature or character(2) (anthropology
(1) Suffice it to say that men are freaks, and I feel a budding kinship with all of the world's borderline lesbians.(2) In conventional wisdom, the family refers to those to whom we are related by blood kinship .(3) The link between patrilineal kinship and patriarchy requires far more scrutiny than is possible in this paper.(4) There's an obvious kinship between skateboarding and contact improvisation.(5) Flesh and bone, or, as in the later idiom, flesh and blood, thus epitomizes kinship , the tangible bonds between family members.(6) Within classes there are strong kinship bonds, which help maintain the social structure.(7) they felt a kinship with architects(8) Their body language revealed a kinship forged on set in the Philippines.(9) There's, sort of, six people who know what we do, and I feel a kinship to them, as opposed to a rivalry.(10) Becoming a friend gave one the rights and obligations associated with kinship .(11) They shared a special kinship as their daughters both suffered from the same disease and were roughly the same age.(12) Relationships are not given in kinship but rather need to be made and continually remade.(13) It attempted to create kinship without blood in the face of an enduring equivalence between blood and belonging.(14) I really like it when ladies write me, because I feel a real kinship with women.(15) In the matrifocal household type, kinship rules stress matrilinear descent.(16) We had a kinship because of our Irishness and because he had seen and related to my work.
1. family ties ::
2. affinity ::
3. relationship ::
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