In their boyhood and earlier adolescence, Pierre and Glen had cherished a much more than cousinly attachment.
Still, I could leave it once in a while to make a cousinly call.
But there was no indication of reluctance to cousinly recognition.
And everybody knows that there is nothing worse than a cousinly quarrel.
For the cousinly affection of two years ago, had in both of them merged into deep intense love, which ended only with their lives.
"I do not think it is quite kind and cousinly," she said, rather seriously.
We feel almost encouraged, like Luther, to "sin boldly" when the absolving fingers brush lightly over our cousinly hair.
Altogether, their conversation got very close and affectionate and cousinly.
I am here (with great gallantry) to express the—er—yearnings of cousinly affection.
On the other hand the Yankees have for the Jews a cousinly feeling.