noun, plural kins·wom·en.
Origin of kinswoman
Examples from the Web for kinswoman
He cannot boast greatly of one whom he never makes his court to but in the presence of a kinswoman of ripe years.A Lady of Quality|Frances Hodgson Burnett
Like her kinswoman of the Pebbles, she returns to the native dwelling and fights for its possession.Bramble-bees and Others|J. Henri Fabre
His wife was also a Georgian and a kinswoman of the Braswell family.
She was compelled to accept the invitations of a kinswoman, and live, in some sort, a life of dependence.Ormond, Volume II (of 3)|Charles Brockden Brown
Being an American herself, she had a fondness for her old home and her old friends, especially her kinswoman, Mrs. Fitzgerald.Pretty Geraldine, the New York Salesgirl|Mrs. Alex. McVeigh Miller