As far as Sal goes, did you feel a kinship with Rebel Without A Cause after playing James Dean?
And yet, the NRA professes no kinship for those being crushed beneath the jackboots.
Money destroyed all previous forms of social relationships, reciprocity, redistribution and kinship.
Apparently, Sarah Palin feels a kinship with Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton in spite of their political differences.
In the spirit of kinship, he also allowed as how many other houses are working on similar international programs.
The sob with which she ends alarms him by its kinship to a convulsion.
kinship is purely matter of fact and history, and therefore rational.
But tonight he found no comfort in the sight, no sense of kinship with its builders.
kinship was lost by separation, and fire superseded it as a bond of association.
The meaning is clear, and the kinship of the Forgetfulness and Tarnhelm themes unmistakable.
kinship kin·ship (kĭn'shĭp')
Connection by blood, marriage, or adoption; family relationship.
A relation between two or more persons that is based on common ancestry (descent) or marriage (affinity).