Kin [noun]

Definition of Kin:

blood relative

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Sentence/Example of Kin:

“If you choose to stay and we can’t get to you, write your name, address, social security number and next of kin and put it a ziplock bag in your pocket,” the sheriff's office said.

On one side are “imagistic” rituals that fuse people together, often more tightly than kin, through intense moments and painful rites of passage, such as piercing or tattooing one’s body and walking on fire.

Condolences were sent to Mead as if she were the next of kin.

Genetic analyses had already linked the Nile crocodile with its American kin.

And, by helping their genetically related younger kin survive, the elder siblings ensure that more of their genes stay in the gene pool, thus indirectly benefitting themselves in the long, evolutionary run.

The strange newfound anchovy kin may have evolved to fill those voids.

I don't want ter see ennybody put upon, nor noways sufferin', ef so be's I kin help; but thet ain't ennythin' stronary, ez I know.

Probably he was some kin to old Granny Harris, who had distant connections in the North, some one suggested.

He poked his head in at an open door, and called, amiably, "Kin anybody tell me where to find Mr. Castle?"

We kin git the papers to start a holler and have folks demandin' action of their representatives, and sich like.