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The word "kinspeople" in example sentences
Liberals and libertarians, big-L and small-l alike, our kinspeople need us!. [Could local be the new British?]
Lord help us! caring about the wide world, so, when we know nothing of it, instead of one's own uncles and nephews, and kinspeople! '. [Camilla]
She is also familiar with the language of her kinspeople, the Chippewas and the Assinaboines.. [Profile: Angelica Zasta Gooselaw]
At the end of that time he reappeared in Domleschg, bringing with him a young child, whom he tried to place with some of his kinspeople.. [Heidi]
After rest and visits to kinspeople, he went to Frederick County in March and undertook new surveys that occupied his time until nearly the first of May.. [Washington]
Even among men, as his Virginia kinspeople were to find, he occasionally was silent and sullen; in the presence of ladies he almost always was reserved and embarrassed.. [Washington]
There are pines, larches, firs, spruces and all their sturdy kinspeople, scattered freely that the eye may at any season be gladdened by the sight of living green, and interspersed with these are deciduous trees of every kind, to make a fantastic tracery of bare branches against the wintry sky and furnish a series of beautiful contrasts, from the earliest tender bud to the last sere autumn leaf.. [Edward MacDowell]
They sent for their unfortunate kinspeople, accepted them as blood connections, and took upon themselves the duty of promoting their interests as far as it was in their power to do so.. [The Abolitionists Together With Personal Memories Of The Struggle For Human Rights]
My father and my kinspeople were safe -- we had heard of them by the returners from Lennox; but a girl with dark tresses gave me a closer passion for my native burgh than ever I felt for the same before.. [John Splendid The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn]
His direct lineal descendants are excluded, as we have said, from the island for ever; but his relatives, by whom we presume to be meant his _cognati_ or kinspeople in the female line, not his _agnati_, are allowed to live in Kandy, suffering only the slight restriction of confinement to one street out of five, which compose this ancient metropolis.. [Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 54, No. 337, November, 1843]
Next, after a year or two with his kinspeople in Lancashire, in the North of England, he came to. [A History of English Literature]
During my acquaintance with Madame Murat, Napoleon III. was on the throne of France, and I learned from our many friendly chats that her relations with her distinguished kinspeople were of the most cordial character; and I am informed that for many years the Emperor gave her an annuity.. [As I Remember Recollections of American Society during the Nineteenth Century]
She appears to have been a romping, good-natured young woman, comely for an Indian, passing her time as happily as possible, without moping for her kinspeople, and not at all the typical heroine of song and story.. [The Land We Live In The Story of Our Country]
Yet she was the last Melrose, and she knew now how she could prove herself the proudest of them all, how she could do these kinspeople of hers a greater favour than any they had ever dreamed of doing her.. [The Beloved Woman]
Not as kinspeople, not as friends, not as the Chris and Norma of Alice's and. [The Beloved Woman]
Julia watched the pitifully gay little weddings, in rooms poisonous with foul air and crowded with noisy kinspeople.. [The Story of Julia Page]