The Yorkists fell victim in 1483-5 to two of the most common hazards to afflict a personal monarchy: a minority and a ruthlessly ambitious royal kinsman .
The death of any kinsman or woman from any cause might give rise to the hope of their spirit being reincarnated.
Allow me to introduce you to my squire, and good kinsman , the noble Valerius de Aurelius.
But when the pair finally met up with their enamored young kinsman , he was in no mood for fighting.
Indeed, Harris's first marriage was to a kinswoman of Drake's second wife.
Male sanguma are kept with their kinsmen where they will be given every consideration so that they will not again wish to harm one of their kinsfolk.
A relative by blood or marriage; a kinsman or kinswoman .
Meanwhile Sophia, disgusted by Blifil's courtship, runs away with her maid Honour, hoping to find her kinswoman Lady Bellaston in London.
His kinswoman , the daughter of his half-sister, kept house for a painter who preferred his familiar environment, his familiar accessories and his familiar models, and used them again and again.
Their kinswomen and wives kissed them farewell and each gave them their kerchiefs.