noun, plural cous·ins-ger·man [kuhz-uh nz-jur-muh n] /ˈkʌz ənzˈdʒɜr mən/.
Examples from the Web for cousin-german
In method greatly, and in manner, and even in conceptive imagination, he differs from Webster: but he is his Cousin-German.William Sharp (Fiona Macleod)|Elizabeth A. Sharp
Tathi—Younger brother, sister, or cousin-german (not concubitant).The Fijians|Basil Thomson
There can hardly be anything but the name in common between the Lionel of this ballad and Lancelot's cousin-german.
He was a cousin-german of my father's, being the son of a younger brother of my grandfather's, and somewhat of a favourite.Afloat And Ashore|James Fenimore Cooper
I had it from Mr. Noel, Lady Byron's cousin-german and intimate friend.Yesterdays with Authors|James T. Fields