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Idioms and Phrases

Also, kindred soul . An individual with the same beliefs, attitudes or feelings as oneself. For example, Dean and I are kindred spirits when it comes to spending money—we're both tight . [Mid-1800s]

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Example Sentences

I learned some things from my younger self—the adventurous, kindred spirit.

So, to take his mind off things, he logs into a phone sex chatroom and connects with a woman whom he thinks is a kindred spirit.

An American boy found a kindred spirit in the king of England and was inspired to fight this disorder.

Anyone who has put up with the fake rigors of celebrity (or has addiction problems) has got to find a kindred spirit here.

Brooke also sees a kindred spirit in Obama's so-far-thwarted efforts to reach across the aisle.

I venture to believe that you have not made a mistake in considering me a kindred spirit.

Rethel had studied the harsh strength of his Albrecht Drer, but only as a kindred spirit studies his kin.

It was a splendid beginning for Israel's wilderness history, if only it had been followed up by the people in a kindred spirit.

In the buckboard, fresh from that civilization which Chavis was ready to scorn, he had recognized a kindred spirit.

Thomson, in his Seasons, has expanded the theme in a kindred spirit, and with prodigal magnificence.


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