Usually he was a distant kinsman, but whether a blood relation or not, we regarded all Welshmen as belonging to our clan.
"She's 'nough like my Pharaoh's Daughter to be a blood relation," she remarked.
Every spire of pine along the hill-top, every trouty pool along that mountain river, was more dear to me than a blood relation.
He was an orphan, with hardly a blood relation in the world.
Any one that 'ud staht that sort of talk is a blood relation to a centipede an' mebbe I can give a guess as to who it is.
Just going in for a drink with old Jack—everybody does that; and after all he's no blood relation.
I only knew that I was a blood relation of a cat, and the thought nearly drove me mad.
He can exact no truckling homage where every member of the tribe is a blood relation.
She is a woman—a princess—a blood relation of our good friend, King Audusta.
It is unlucky for a bridegroom to have for his "best-man" one who is not his blood relation.
blood relation n.
A person who is related to another by birth rather than by marriage.