Kinship [noun]

Definition of Kinship:

family relationship

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Sentence/Example of Kinship:

Joy is also the feeling that can arise from sensing kinship with others, experiencing harmony between what we are doing and our values, or seeing the significance in an action, a place, a conversation or even an inanimate object.

So I stumbled into those relationships and I have found incredible love and kinship with those who volunteer to wear uniform.

Where it is used in the sense of pertaining to kinship—“They are my blody brethren, quod pieres, for God boughte us alle.”

She felt the genuine thing in him somewhere; and, in spite of all, she felt a sort of kinship for him.

He claimed kinship with Turberville, a minor poet of the sixteenth century, and he loved to talk of poetry.

Dalgard did not reply at once, making mind touch not only to ask but to impress his kinship on the sea people.

It makes them feel a sort of kinship with the country of hill-shadows, and strange romance.

His kinship to them in temper of thought and feeling was closer than his resemblance in manner.

You are more to me, by your own right, Jack, than by any kinship with such as these!

A connection between Corporal Trim and Just has been suggested,34 but no one has by investigation established such a kinship.