- familial aggregation,
- familial alzheimer's disease,
- familial amyloidosis,
- familial benign chronic pemphigus,
- familial broad-beta hyperlipoproteinemia
Origin of familial
Examples from the Web for familial
Yes, Klein was an actual victim of documented abuse, whereas the only crime against Victoria was familial negligence.Colonel of Truth: The KFC Hoax and the Idiocy of Crowdfunding for Bullying Victims|Scott Bixby|June 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A Highly Unlikely Scenario is about just that: Familial wisdom and love lost and found and shared anew, finally, conquering all.
Almost all involved with the creation of Fiddler on the Roof had familial ties to the world Sholem Aleichem described.
The focus of the song is not on the wider politics of the war, but on the kind of familial suffering to which Cash could relate.Political Lessons for America From the Man in Black|Michael Stewart Foley|September 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
(Post has been updated to correct the familial ties of Dr. Rafiq Zakaria).Why Pakistan's Mohammed Ali Jinnah Was No Nelson Mandela|Kapil Komireddi|April 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A chivalrous young American may offer his life for a remote ideal which yet may belong to his familial tradition.The Arrow of Gold|Joseph Conrad
Race is such a transcendent parameter and so are gender, familial affiliation or contacts and influence.After the Rain|Sam Vaknin
Again it struck me that they bore a familial kinship to a variety that occurred on the plain.Attrition|Jim Wannamaker
In this case also the whole movement of a life takes place in the magic circle of the familial constellation.Collected Papers on Analytical Psychology|C. G. Jung
He'd clap his hand upon my shoulder and cuss me as familial and neighbourly as if he'd been a common chap.A Pair of Blue Eyes|Thomas Hardy
from French familial, from Latin familia (see family). Meaning "hereditary" is from 1900; "family-like" is from 1903.