kinfolk美 ['kɪn.foʊk] 英 ['kɪn.fəʊk]
Mine is the thought of him who is lost in his own country, of the alien in his own nation, of the solitary among his kinfolk and friends.
Stand on both sides of the majesty of men, the range of their kinfolk lasting appeal.
Kinfolk who breed with Shadow Lords usually do so after long years of tempestuous and dysfunctional romance.
Fianna are close to their Kinfolk and fiercely protective, a fact that has led to no few skirmishes.
All wolves, Kinfolk or not, are precious to the tribe, and even a pup is worth a few human lives.
Most of their wolf Kinfolk live in North America, but a few treasured members roam hidden on protected European estates and parks.
"Sorrow for his women, for his kinfolk, for his children, who needed his protection, and whom he could not protect" (James Baldwin).
Kinfolk come to see Yvonne by the dozen .
Then the rest of the kinfolk, cousins who were about our size, usually would come out here, and we would have a real time when that happen.
They took as their own the best Kinfolk from nobility of many countries throughout Europe and Asia .