An American boy found a kindred spirit in the king of England and was inspired to fight this disorder.
Obviously she mistook the look of shock on my face and considered me a kindred spirit when it came to militant healthy eating.
Kramer and Billy are kindred spirits, but Kramer accuses Billy of being blinded by the seductions of capitalism.
Brooke also sees a kindred spirit in Obama's so-far-thwarted efforts to reach across the aisle.
So, to take his mind off things, he logs into a phone sex chatroom and connects with a woman whom he thinks is a kindred spirit.
A kindred line of thought produced a very similar misunderstanding of poetry.
They outraged them by the admixture of kindred blood, and degeneracy was often the result.
I knew him intimately at that time, his immediate friends being my own kindred.
Restore to us our parents and kindred, but do not rob us of our children and husbands.
She had found a kindred spirit, and it has been ruthlessly torn from her arms as kindred spirits so often are.
kindred kin·dred (kĭn'drĭd)
A group of related persons, such as a clan or tribe.