family unit

  1. primary social group; parents and children
    he wanted to have a good job before starting a family
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How To Use family unit In A Sentence

  • But we live in a fallen, sinful world in which sin invades family units as it does all other aspects of society.
  • The family unit includes godchildren, godparents, and many other members of the extended family.
  • The book places a high moral value on marriage and the family unit.
  • The family unit is supported by its integration into a wider social network.
  • It is usually white delusion that makes us think they'd select the name of someone who kept them in servitude and destroyed their family unit. Archive 2010-06-01
  • We were such a close family unit and time together was treasured and precious. The Sun
  • As well, family units sit within a neighbourhood and wider community of other families that identify with a common cause, that of a decent life with those we love.
  • In many instances one finds several customary family units occupying a single house, often residing in a bedroom each.
  • The ie has ceased to exist as a legal entity, but the family unit has remained highly influential.
  • In several cases of incestuous abuse, the effects of breach of trust were extended to the family unit itself.
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