Usage examples for kin

  1. Then Sir Lancelot kissed the queen before them all, took his leave, and departed with all the knights of his kin. – Studies from Court and Cloister by J.M. Stone
  2. " I don't see how He kin help us," replied the boy. – Jimmie Moore of Bucktown by Melvin Earnest Trotter
  3. But I'm next- of- kin- so if he's not found I take. – A Frontier Mystery by Bertram Mitford
  4. How kin I be any 'waker when I'm 'wake? – Little Mr. Thimblefinger and His Queer Country by Joel Chandler Harris
  5. I am his next- of- kin- I wish to examine his papers. – The Chestermarke Instinct by J. S. Fletcher
  6. An' you kin come in, Jas'. – Ride Proud, Rebel! by Andre Alice Norton
  7. Y'u kin git even with me now. – A Cumberland Vendetta by John Fox, Jr.
  8. Some 'fellows of the baser sort' insulted Kin- na and others as they went to the Hall; and in the introduction of his speech, Kin- na spoke of the treatment he had received. – A Visit To The United States In 1841 by Joseph Sturge
  9. One touch of humour makes the whole world kin. – The Spinners by Eden Phillpotts
  10. I call them my family, but they are no kin to me. – Little Mr. Thimblefinger and His Queer Country by Joel Chandler Harris
  11. A man's obleeged to s'arch his best frien's 'fore he kin find out the'r which aways. – Free Joe and Other Georgian Sketches by Joel Chandler Harris
  12. Kin I ride that hoss I seen out there? – The Ridin' Kid from Powder River by Henry Herbert Knibbs
  13. If anything happened to me- he's the next of kin- he'd get the estate. – John Marsh's Millions by Charles Klein Arthur Hornblow
  14. You kin search me! – Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch by Alice Caldwell Hegan
  15. An' I want ter come back an' help you- all take care of him; an' live with Auntie Sue; an'- an'- be a little might like youuns, if I kin. – The Re-Creation of Brian Kent by Harold Bell Wright
  16. I kin worry through!" – Thelma by Marie Corelli
  17. I kin git along alone. – The Ranch at the Wolverine by B. M. Bower
  18. And as the French book saith, there came forty knights to Sir Darras that were of his own kin, and they would have slain Sir Tristram and his two fellows, but Sir Darras would not suffer that, but kept them in prison, and meat and drink they had. – Le Morte D'Arthur, Volume I (of II) King Arthur and of his Noble Knights of the Round Table by Thomas Malory