noun, plural cous·in·ries.
- cousin jack,
- cousin, victor,
- cousteau, jacques yves,
- cousy, bob,
Origin of cousinry
Examples from the Web for cousinry
Goffe, too, was of the Cromwellian cousinry, having married a daughter of Whalley.
As in the case of its cousinry a-land, the bladderwort at its leisure dines upon its prey.Little Masterpieces of Science:|Various
He sold his business to the "cousinry," and, as they considered, on hard terms.A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)|Mrs. Sutherland Orr