blood-related blood-related


  • (adj) related by blood


  1. And Erdrich, herself part Chippewa, part German- descended white American, is still a wry, intuitive, blood-related observer and a gifted writer.
  2. Patients who do not have a blood-related health problem receive an average of three pints of blood.



  1. "The bridge was a dream of presidents Nyerere and Machel, but it connects people who are blood-related, and living apart," said President Guebuza.
    on May 12, 2010 By: Armando Guebuza Source: The Citizen Daily

  2. "It's unbelievable the support that my parents have given me," says Charlie, who says she has another sister "who is not blood-related but came to live with us when she was about 15".
    on Jul 18, 2008 By: Charlie Brooks Source: WalesOnline

  3. "She went to a genealogist trying to see how far our family tree could go back," Boggs said Tuesday. "It wound up we're blood-related on my grandmother's side with Abner Doubleday. That was kind of neat to see someone who had an influence on...
    on Jan 6, 2005 By: Wade Boggs Source: USA Today

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