[ UK /kˈɪnfə‍ʊk/ ]
  1. people descended from a common ancestor
    his family has lived in Massachusetts since the Mayflower
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  • Yet he also knew, through his kinfolk and through his memories, the contrasting discipline of labour in the fields and the powerful superstitions and traditions that countryfolk still practised. Introduction: Tim Fulford
  • The affect of watching movies online is quite hastate and begins when you select a honest website then you can hunting your contender flick by putting its kinfolk, in the seek box. Spy Screw | Surveillance
  • Scattered across the world, Strider Kinfolk are typically travelers themselves — Bedouin nomads, circus troupes, Gypsies, truckers or just plain drifters.
  • They were like kinfolk, so she told herself, feeling it to be so, but none of the other villagers understood that. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
  • I noes wen de war broke out marse had a store and den marsa took me to his wife's kinfolks down in de country till freedom war declared den my stepfather come an 'got me. Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves Kentucky Narratives
  • `I've always believed our kinfolk went to the stars partly to escape the IDDIs. A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
  • He uses a wild arsenal of weapons and body parts to protect humans from the schemes of his kinfolk, aided by his father, a disembodied eyeball. License request day: GeGeGe no Kitaro
  • All his poor kinfolks came to spend their holidays at his home.
  • Afterwards, waving smiley good-byes as the screen door slammed inside the last manure-footed fly of the season, we would pretend this was the most enjoyable and relaxing sojourn ever undertaken by the Midwest kinfolk; who now are worn out, corn-fed, under-financed, and facing several hundred miles of back-breaking, exhaust-choking, bug-splattering, road-hog crowded highways returning home. SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles - Part 609
  • Their Kinfolk have been forced out of their homelands repeatedly, sometimes dragged away in chains.
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