I am not sorry that the white people have been clannish enough and have had race pride enough to protect their own society.
They are national in form and colour, but clannish in opinion.
The Welsh, my dear lady, are as clannish in that way as the French; they'll do anything for 'my nephew.'
In the first place this interesting bird is a clannish fellow.
You remember what I told you about her clannish feeling—how she loves to quietly exalt her family name?
Norfolk men are clannish, and Horbury's evidence carried weight.
We have been wanting to have an old-time frolic, but didn't wish to seem selfish and clannish.
"Then the Highlanders are as clannish as ever," cried the General.
You haven't been up to your usual form of futile and clannish conversation.
The one were as turbulent, clannish, fierce, and barbarous as the other.