blood relation

  1. one related by blood or origin; especially on sharing an ancestor with another
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How To Use blood relation In A Sentence

  • The Korean concept of family, on the other hand, is strictly based on a blood relationship.
  • The kainga encompass all blood relatives and can include people other than blood relations.
  • (ko-uji) may be described as a congeries of from fifty to ninety blood relations. A History of the Japanese People From the Earliest Times to the End of the Meiji Era
  • Certainly the glory prestige family's blood relationship with thoroughly has also not gotten rid of sufficiently, for example with the heteromorphous head lamp headlamp which 750 inherit.
  • Wives are one thing, blood relations are another. Times, Sunday Times
  • The contemporary conflict between the competing demands of blood relations and people you actually like may also play a part. Times, Sunday Times
  • Indeed, no blood relations witnessed the will, but only Hester's servant and the kinsfolk of her executor and beneficiary, her ‘good friend Anthony Short,’ the controversial Laudian minister.
  • Every spire of pine along the hill-top, every trouty pool along that mountain river, was more dear to me than a blood relation. Across the Plains: With Other Memories and Essays
  • Family is not just about blood relations. Times, Sunday Times
  • He could be the next-door neighbour, a friend, a blood relation.
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