kinship

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kinship

 [kin´ship]
a group of individuals of varying degrees of descent from a common ancestor.

kin·ship

(kin'ship),
The state of being genetically related.

kinship

/kin·ship/ (kin´ship) a group of individuals of varying degrees of descent from a common ancestor.

kinship

Vox populi Relationship by marriage or, specifically, a blood ties

kin·ship

(kin'ship)
The state of being genetically related.

kinship

the possession of a common ancestor in the recent past.

kinship

a group of animals of varying degrees of descent from a common ancestor.
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14) When the descendant of exogamous and illegitimate unions marries the only eligible aristocrat in town, the happy alliance reaffirms the inheritance against the harmful posterity of the bourgeois cousinage of Nemours.