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It’s not really surprising that gymnasts, regardless of geographic location and national origin, would feel a kinship with one another.Why It’s Not Surprising That Simone Biles Cheered For Angelina Melnikova|Dvora Meyers|July 30, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
So many of our programs and services – from kinship care to homeless youth outreach to educational enrichment – are not bound by brick-and-mortar buildings.
Those conversations are often marked by binary thinking and easy categorization, although how race and culture shape identity, kinship, and solidarity are much more complicated.I Didn't Consider My Marriage Interracial. But I Wasn't Being Totally Honest With Myself|Naima Coster|March 4, 2021|Time
Several of the pictures suggest landscapes, a kinship the artist has taken to heart.In the galleries: Personal and political perspectives on the past|Mark Jenkins|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
Joy is also the feeling that can arise from sensing kinship with others, experiencing harmony between what we are doing and our values, or seeing the significance in an action, a place, a conversation or even an inanimate object.
And yet, the NRA professes no kinship for those being crushed beneath the jackboots.
It was an odd sensation for a Russian Jew to feel kinship with Malcolm X.
But in Hillary Clinton they feel something beyond the usual kinship with a political figure who shares their ideas.
There have been gestures of peace and kinship from both sides.Caught Between Empires, Ukraine Can’t Rely on the West for its Independence|Roman Skaskiw|March 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As far as Sal goes, did you feel a kinship with Rebel Without A Cause after playing James Dean?James Franco On ‘Sal,’ Banksy, His Gay Fascination, and That Faulkner Cover|Marlow Stern|November 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Where it is used in the sense of pertaining to kinship—“They are my blody brethren, quod pieres, for God boughte us alle.”A Cursory History of Swearing|Julian Sharman
She felt the genuine thing in him somewhere; and, in spite of all, she felt a sort of kinship for him.When Valmond Came to Pontiac, Complete|Gilbert Parker
He claimed kinship with Turberville, a minor poet of the sixteenth century, and he loved to talk of poetry.Reminiscences of Charles Bradlaugh|George W. Foote
Dalgard did not reply at once, making mind touch not only to ask but to impress his kinship on the sea people.Star Born|Andre Norton
It makes them feel a sort of kinship with the country of hill-shadows, and strange romance.Historic Fredericksburg|John T. Goolrick
British Dictionary definitions for kinship
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Cultural definitions for kinship
A relation between two or more persons that is based on common ancestry (descent) or marriage (affinity).