[ US /ˈkəzən/ ]
[ UK /kˈʌzən/ ]
  1. the child of your aunt or uncle
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How To Use cousin In A Sentence

  • Letters from my family are sort of depressing, though sometimes my cousins write a few words that makes me laugh.
  • Cousin Molle goes to Cambridge and the niece is the only visitor. Letters from Dorothy Osborne to Sir William Temple (1652-54)
  • In contrast, farmed rabbit has a less pronounced flavour but is often more tender than its cousin. Times, Sunday Times
  • And that was all my poor cousin got by making his old mistress his new wife — not a drum, not a trumpet, not a fife, not a tabret, nor the expectation of a new joy, to animate him on! Clarissa Harlowe
  • At my cousin's wedding some five years back, the most popular dish was a mixed vegetable fry prepared entirely on the 'tawa' griddle. Musical Cooking - Paneer Tawa Masala
  • It is closely related to its more favourite cousin the melon.
  • Like jays and crows, their cousins, magpies are mischievous and bold.
  • Quite different from its crisp Scottish cousin, the Staffordshire oatcake is more like a dense pancake made from batter containing three types of flour and, of course, oats. Insider's guide to the best British food, and where to find it
  • Gator, my cousin is a veterinarian and is the same. the only thing that grosses her out is drool. MY KNEES -- PART THREE, AFTER THE SURGERY
  • His name was James and he was younger than me...perhaps by a year. *cue cradle-snatching jokes* He was my friend's cousin, and I remember thinking he was gorgeous when I first met him. Archive 2010-07-01
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