In method greatly, and in manner, and even in conceptive imagination, he differs from Webster: but he is his cousin-german.
But on Tuesday next we shall up to the king, your cousin-german.
His mother was my cousin-german, madam, and I cannot say how soon I may call him my nephew.
Is not simplicity, as we take it, cousin-german to folly and a quality of reproach?
There can hardly be anything but the name in common between the Lionel of this ballad and Lancelot's cousin-german.
The town says that even his bed was not safe for him, though his wife was cousin-german to my antagonist.
I had it from Mr. Noel, Lady Byron's cousin-german and intimate friend.
He married in 1863 his cousin-german, Franoise, daughter of the Prince de Joinville.
The town says, that even his bed was not safe for him, though his wife was cousin-german to my antagonist.
But your Italian is smooth and lofty, and his language is cousin-german to the Latin.