Obviously she mistook the look of shock on my face and considered me a kindred spirit when it came to militant healthy eating.
Kramer and Billy are kindred spirits, but Kramer accuses Billy of being blinded by the seductions of capitalism.
I learned some things from my younger self—the adventurous, kindred spirit.
So, to take his mind off things, he logs into a phone sex chatroom and connects with a woman whom he thinks is a kindred spirit.
Brooke also sees a kindred spirit in Obama's so-far-thwarted efforts to reach across the aisle.
A kindred line of thought produced a very similar misunderstanding of poetry.
The family affection of the Jew, his kindness to his kindred, have become proverbial.
I knew him intimately at that time, his immediate friends being my own kindred.
If you be really of her kindred, I commend to you my brother: he is at ——, with Mr. Morton.
She had found a kindred spirit, and it has been ruthlessly torn from her arms as kindred spirits so often are.
kindred kin·dred (kĭn'drĭd)
A group of related persons, such as a clan or tribe.