kin

All Noun Verb
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  • The kin-based units work together to provide food and care for the young.
  • This is expected to rise out of reduced competition within the kin groups.
  • The remaining three did, in fact, give more food to their kin.
  • While his kin went into the family business, he continued his studies all the way up to college education.
  • Many died with no known next of kin, nor permanent address, nor even a known last name.
  • There are two simple rules that animals follow to determine who is kin.
  • His wife and a child died in the country, so he and his remaining kin returned to England.
  • As mentioned above, the actions of a member could require other kin to pay a fine.
  • These events are usually celebrated along with kin and close friends.
  • He found out many of his kins and relatives as well as his people wounded and killed.
  • Before the mid 20th century, it included only those kin associated with the speaker.
  • She tells him he must win the consent of her kin.
  • They have been observed making various kin-directed behaviors, such as providing food.
  • Certain rights of use of land by the owner's kin seem to have existed.
  • You stand between me and my lord and kin.
  • Prairie dogs with kin close by called more often than those that did not.
  • The next of kin will have to give consent for the release of information.
  • It must have seemed that building a road just to visit kin was unnecessary effort.
  • This branch of the family never achieved the wealth of their Boston-based kin.
  • He apparently was a senior member selected from the kin-group based on various qualifications.
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Meaning of kin

  • noun A person having kinship with another or others
    he's kin, he's family
  • noun Group of people related by blood or marriage