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1472 examples of  kin  in sentences

1472 examples of kin in sentences

" "Why not put in there?" "Yes, we kin; but, hang it, how am I a-goin' to git back to Baltimore?" "Oh, that's aisy enough.

"Boys," he said emphatically, "you kin do as you please, but I'm goin' to hev a las' kind word with my Mame.

I reckon he kin take keer of himself.

" "I reckon he kin; so kin his daughter.

And his kin that is forlore." lost.

Ye devils that are here within, Hell gates ye shall unpin; I shall deliver man's kin From woe I will them wreke.

Here are a few verses from a hymn headed The Sweetness of Jesus: If I for kindness should love my kin, for natural reasons.

" "Whilst I have kin, what need I brats to have?

I followed him and the porter to a room, the door of which the proprietor opened while continuing, it seemed, his remark, "Oh, dat's all right den," by adding: "You kin sleep in dat cot in de corner der.

The first jog and shog are identical in meaning and derivation, and may be traced, by whosoever chooses, to the Gothic tiuhan, (Germ, ziehen,) and are therefore near of kin to our tug.

With thy bold jests, to this high sphere, Such miscreants wilt smuggle in; Hearts reprobate to you are dear; They to the fool are near of kin.

De w'ite folks is riz 'gins' de niggers, an' say dey're gwine ter kill eve'y nigger dey kin lay han's on.

"Yas, sub, I'll 'member her; dat's all I kin do now.

Dey say de w'ite folks is gwine ter bu'n all de cullud schools an' chu'ches, an' kill all de niggers dey kin ketch.

De gov'ner er de President is gwine ter sen' soldiers ter stop dese gwines-on, an' meantime we kin keep dem white devils f'm bu'nin' down our hospittles an' chu'ch-houses.

Er, ef dey wants a scrap, dey kin have it!

We kin see ou' finish; but fer my part, I ain' gwine ter leave dis worl' widout takin' a w'ite man 'long wid me, an' I sees my man right out yonder waitin',I

First, thou thyself, with damsel and with dwarf, Shalt ride to Arthur's court, and coming there, Crave pardon for that insult done the Queen, And shalt abide her judgment on it; next, Thou shalt give back their earldom to thy kin.

"Kin a duck swim?" At the Y.M.C.A. they had given him tickets to various free amusements and entertainments.

And take a bath in a bathtub, with all the hot water I want?" "Yo' sho' kin.

Some of his nearest of kin brings all the temporal estate he was possessed of at his death, as guns, bows and arrows, beads, feathers, match-coat, &c.

The captain of the Potii Moorea and the hired steward began to set the table for the dรฉjeuner and to prepare the food, some of which was being cooked a few feet away by the steward's kin.

I come back cause I had a lot of kin here, but I sent my daughter and two sisters there and they're alive there today.

There was a time when she, a happy girl, Had home and parents and a numerous kin; But on an Eastertide, amid a whirl Of pillage, murder, and the savage din Of plundering Kavasses, the Pacha saw Her budding beauty, and his will was law.

"No," she said, "He ain't no kin to me, but he calls me 'ma' and acts as if I was his grandma."

Dey owned lots uv mah kin fokes.

"Before he died he spent every last centevery last centleft me to get along the very best way I kin.

He don't make much, but he does the best he kin.

The doctor is named I-so-kin-[)u]h-kin, a word difficult to translate.

Wise she was, And wondrous skilled in genealogies, And could in apt and voluble terms discourse Of births, of titles, and alliances; Of marriages, and intermarriages; Relationship remote, or near of kin;

He says to Manning:"Did I send you an epitaph I scribbled upon a poor girl who died at nineteen?a good girl, and a pretty girl, and a clever girl, but strangely neglected by all her friends and kin.... Brief, and pretty, and tender, is it not?

How nature sickens, To view her customary bands so snapt When Love's sweet fires go out in blood of kin, And natural regards have left the earth.

My God, and I have no country, no kin, no God, to avenge me!"

"Anybody kin git a mighty good trade for this yaller lady of ours here.

Those who have a passion for domination regard everything else as nothing in comparison with obtaining what they desire: they often give up their dearest friends and closest kin in exchange for their bitterest foes.

4.The possessives mine, thine, hers, ours, yours, theirs, usually denote possession, or the relation of property, with an ellipsis of the name of the thing possessed; as, "My sword and yours are kin."Shakspeare.

'My sword and yours are kin.'

"Like him | the soul, | thus kin | -dled from | above, Spreads wide | her arms | of u | -niver | -sal love; And, still | enlarg'd | as she | receives | the grace, Includes | cr~e=a | -tion in | her close | embrace.

kin | -dles liv | -ing joys: XXIX.

"'Tis the last | rose of sum | -m~er, Left bloom | -ing alone; All her love | -ly compan | -i~ons Are fad | -ed and gone; No flow'r | of her kin | -dr~ed, No rose | -bud is nigh, To give | back her blush | -~es, Or give | sigh for sigh.

Like the 'poor, benighted Hindoo,' we'll 'do the best we kin do!'

I lacks ham, but I nebber kin eat mo' d'n two er th'ee poun's befo' I gits ter studyin' 'bout Dave, en den I has ter stop en leab de res' fer ernudder time.

It's a little better now," he said, after a moment, "but I doan' b'lieve I kin roll dat w'eelborrow out ter de watermillun-patch en' back.

Dese young un's mammy wanted ter call 'em sump'n plain en' simple, like 'Rastus' er 'Cรฆsar' er 'George Wash'n'ton;' but ole Marse say no, he want all de niggers on his place ter hab diffe'nt names, so he kin tell 'em apart.

er dem kin' er roots fer a mile er so 'long de aidge er de swamp.

W'at yer mean by runnin' er way fum yer good, kin' marster, yer good-fer-nuthin', wool-headed, black scound'el?' "Skundus looked at 'im ez ef he didn' understan'.

My marster doan 'low no strange niggers roun' dis yer plantation, an' yo' better take yo' yaller hide 'way f'um yer as fas' as yo' kin.'

" "There is an old wall there," said the enthusiastic Pomona to her husband, "built by Julius Caesar before the Romans became Catholics, that you kin walk on all round the town;

Among other nations a daughter or sister or mother, whoever happened to be the nearest heir, would get the money, slaves, etc., but the nearest male kin would get the land.[330] Only if male kin were lacking to the fifth degreean improbable contingencydid alodial inheritance "pass from the lance to the spindle."

Among other nations a daughter or sister or mother, whoever happened to be the nearest heir, would get the money, slaves, etc., but the nearest male kin would get the land.[330] Only if male kin were lacking to the fifth degreean improbable contingencydid alodial inheritance "pass from the lance to the spindle."

When a woman left no children, her father or nearest male kin usually demanded the dowry back.

Fines were not paid to the state, but to the injuried parties or, if these did not survive, to the nearest kin.

Far from being content with this, the husband's kin began a fight and the matter ended in a wholesale butchery at the church of St. Dionysius.

When we arrived at the villa Pani Celina met me with as much overflowing tenderness and delight as if Aniela in case of my death had not been the next of kin, and heiress to the Ploszow estate.

" Strong, hopeful, rich in promise of service is to-day; to-morrow friends may be weeping, kith and kin full of sorrow for our departure.

"I was too young to remember much about happenings soon after de War, but I kin ricollect my father belongin' to de militia for awhile during de Reconstruction days.

Whenever I kin help you out any way, I'll be glad to.

Never kin forgit em!

Never kin forgit old black Billy Kersands, wid his mouf a mile wide!

"Ah kin recollect when dey took us an started tuh Texas an got as fur as El Dorado and found out dat us niggers wuz free.

But the novelistas they went toward the housecursed Mrs. Taine, James Rutlidge, and all their kin and kind, with a vehement earnestness that startled his companionfamiliar as the latter was with his friend's peculiar talent in the art of vigorous expression.

That was because the Winnebagos were closer kin to her than the rest of the girls, and it would be a shame to have any one else see the dress first.

put in the aggrieved Constance, "not even her blood kin!"

he's yet al-live, that Kin" The piece of plate half rose again, butin part because the fair threatener could not help enjoying the subtlety of the casethe smile persisted as she rejoined, "Ah! when juz' for the fun, all I can get the chance, I'm making her to bil-ieve that way!"

" "Missie,"tears shone"d' ain't nothin' in Gawd's worl' kin eveh make me a runaway niggeh f'om you!

Go, do it!" "Yass, 'm! 'caze ef us kin keep 'em anywahs it'll be in de bes' place fo' to see de mos' sights!"

"Na, na," said Betty, "far frae that; I only want your kin' han' to get in yill again as they can drink.

"I'm no ony thing o' the kin'," said Betty, colouring, "an' ye ken it yoursel'; but twa brousts wadna be vinegar for naething."

For works claimed by N. Rugee as the next of kin of the author who is not living SEE White, Stewart Edward.

Lewises, Meriwethers and their kin.

The poet's next of kin in a college.

Our Webb kin of Dixie. SEE Webb, William James.

Our Webb kin of Dixie; a family history.

Our Webb kin of Dixie. SEE Webb, William James.

Our Webb kin of Dixie. SEE Webb, William James.

Our Webb kin of Dixie; a family history.

Our Webb kin of Dixie. SEE Webb, William James.

KIN, C. LILIAN.

I would thy favour win; For, when I die, as next of kin, So 'reft am I of human ties, It is thy place to close my eyes!

It "makes the whole world kin.

Young Kirk's brutal soul was parched with longing for revenge, and he was, both in mind and heart, too nearly kin to his Indian foes greatly to care whether his vengeance fell on the wrongdoers or on the innocent.

And the men and women which be neere of kin do shaue their heads, which they do not vse except it be for the death of a friend: for they much esteeme of their haire.

It was characteristic of her that carefully folded inside the will drawn for her by her family solicitor was a slip of paper addressed to her heirs and next of kin requesting that at her funeral the national anthem should be played and that her coffin should be draped with the American flag.

Through your loyalty you, then, know yourself to be kin to all the loyal.

One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.

By the oak and ash and thorn, By the rowan tree, This was done ere we were born: Kith nor kin are we Of the folk whose blindness Shut you out with scathe and scorn, Banished with unkindness.

" When questioned concerning her life on this plantation, she continues: "Now honey, its been so long ago, I don' 'member ev'ything, but I will tell you whut I kin as near right as possible; I kin 'member five uf Marse Carr's chillun; Florida, Susan, 'Lijah, Willie and Tom; cose Carr never 'lowed us to have a piece uf paper in our hands.

" When questioned concerning her life on this plantation, she continues: "Now honey, its been so long ago, I don' 'member ev'ything, but I will tell you whut I kin as near right as possible; I kin 'member five uf Marse Carr's chillun; Florida, Susan, 'Lijah, Willie and Tom; cose Carr never 'lowed us to have a piece uf paper in our hands.

Atter I drop off t' sleep, you kin tear de house down, and hit don't botha me none.

He has become more than a humanitarian through this experience; he is now himself one of those whom in the mass he pities and would help; he has entered into that communion with his kind and kin which is the earthly seal of Christian faith.

"I kin keer for the Injuns," he volunteered when the question came up of burying the dead.

Oh, but dey war splendid, jis' as fresh, as fresh kin be.

But Jake's listenin' all de time wid his eyes and his mouf wide open, an' ketchin' eberything he kin, an' a heap ob news he gits dat way.

"Well, chillen, what do you mean to do?" "Go, jis' as soon as we kin git to de army," said Tom Anderson.

" "Only let 'em try it," chorused a half dozen voices, "an' dey'll soon see who'll git de bes' ob de guns; an' as to taking keer ob ourselves, I specs we kin take keer ob ourselves as well as take keer ob dem.

I beliebs he lob'd me better dan any ob his kin'.

De fust time I seed her, I sez to myself, 'Dat's de gal for me, an' I means to hab her ef I kin git her.'

Freedom wouldn't do much for me, but I want you all to be as free as the birds; so, you chillen, take your freedom when you kin get it."

Den I specs to hear a voice sayin', "Poor ole Kizzy, she's done de bes' she kin.

Iola soon nestled in her heart and lent additional sunshine to her once checkered life, and Robert, who had so long been robbed of kith and kin, was delighted with the new accession to his home life.