consanguineous consanguineous


  • (adj) related by blood


  1. Of beardless folly, consanguineous lust, Fomenting pestilence, rebellion, war, I come prepared, unwanting what I see, But tied to life.
  2. The farms were loosely bound in an extended community, but two were especially consanguineous.
  3. These Neolithic people practiced agriculture in a settled communal life and are widely supposed to have had consanguineous clans as their basic social grouping.
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