noun, plural cous·in·ries.
Origin of cousinry
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Historical Examples of 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.
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