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[kinz-fohk] /ˈkɪnzˌfoʊk/
plural noun
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  • But she found true kinsfolk in the friends of her early days.
  • He bids his kinsfolk and the lady that he loves to breakfast.
British Dictionary definitions for kinsfolk


plural noun
one's family or relatives
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