Kindred (noun, adjective)
kindred [ kin-drid ]noun
1. a person's relatives collectively; kinfolk; kin.
2. a group of persons related to another; family, tribe, or clan.
3. relationship by birth or descent, or sometimes by marriage; kinship.
4. natural relationship; affinity.adjective
5. associated by origin, nature, qualities, etc.: kindred languages.
6. having the same belief, attitude, or feeling: We are kindred spirits on the issue of gun control.
7. related by birth or descent; having kinship: kindred tribes.
8. belonging to kin or relatives: kindred blood.OTHER WORDS FROM KINDRED
kin·dred·ship, nounWORDS RELATED TO KINDRED
agnate, cognate, incident, kin, parallel, congeneric, clan, tribe, relationship, family, flesh, house, blood, consanguinity, affinity, connection, race, relation, lineage, cousinSee more synonyms on Thesaurus.comOrigin:
1125–75; Middle English, variant (with epenthetic d) of kinrede.See kin, -redEXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR KINDRED
I learned some things from my younger self—the adventurous, kindred spirit.SHAILENE WOODLEY OPENS UP ABOUT COMING OF AGE, ‘DIVERGENT,’ AND THE FAULTS IN OUR WORLD|MARLOW STERN|JANUARY 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Just me, my 95-year-old dad, and tens of thousands of our kindred spirits.OLE MISS FOOTBALL GAMES UNITE A SON AND HIS AGING FATHER|STUART STEVENS|NOVEMBER 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Kramer and Billy are kindred spirits, but Kramer accuses Billy of being blinded by the seductions of capitalism.THE NOVEL FOX NEWS DOESN’T WANT YOU TO READ: ERNEST POOLE’S ‘THE HARBOR’|JOHN STOEHR|AUGUST 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
An American boy found a kindred spirit in the king of England and was inspired to fight this disorder.HARVEY WEINSTEIN ON WHY HE RE-RELEASED THE KING'S SPEECH PG-13|HARVEY WEINSTEIN|APRIL 8, 2011|DAILY BEAST
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