The results suggest an alarming Republican consanguinity with the anti-Obama birther conspiracy theorists.
For them, it was "consanguinity of spirit" that attracted their friendship, and not "common point of view."
A pretence of consanguinity within the forbidden degrees was soon established, and the marriage was annulled.
They too have been deaf to the voice of justice and consanguinity.
But though these two were in consanguinity so nearly related, they were in their dispositions almost the opposites to each other.
Affinity is relationship by marriage, consanguinity is relationship by blood.
As a Russian, therefore—as one bound to you by consanguinity and identity of blood—I make to you my appeal.
They were educated in the same neighbourhood, but had no knowledge of their consanguinity.
Virginia Fairfax, by right of birth and consanguinity to the governor, invariably assumed her aunt's place at the head of the set.
They, too, have been deaf to the voice of justice and of consanguinity.
consanguinity con·san·guin·i·ty (kŏn'sān-gwĭn'ĭ-tē, -sāng-)
Relationship by blood or by a common ancestor.