cousin

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  • noun

Synonyms for cousin

the child of your aunt or uncle

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Lichfield, the Queen's first cousin once removed, died from a stroke.
Now, in racetrack society, being the owner of the sire of the second choice in a big race is like being the second cousin once removed to the father of the bride at a big wedding.
In fact, her nearest upper class connection - until now - is the current Lord Molesworth, a sixth cousin once removed.
With his dad a second cousin to Mitt Romney, Travis is a second cousin once removed.
George's first cousin once removed Princess Eugenie is away in New York working as a benefit auctions manager at the Paddle8 auction house.
th] cousin once removed into second place, followed in third by Maggie and Jake Gyllenhall, the actor siblings and 19[sup.
He is the brother of actresses Kate and Amy Robbins, brother-inlaw of actor Robert Daws, and is a first cousin once removed of Paul McCartney.
Now, for this removed business, which really is quite simple: your first cousin once removed is a child of your first cousin.
Obama is said to be a 10th cousin once removed of George W.
Mr Roosevelt is Mrs Palin's ninth cousin once removed.
The family tree could be extended to include many other owners, including the present Earl of Halifax (Shirley Heights), who is a third cousin once removed of Sir Evelyn, and Robert Waley-Cohen (Long Run), who is Sir Evelyn's fourth cousin once removed.
His first cousin once removed was Ethel Greenglass, wife of Julius Rosenberg.
My mother's second cousin once removed was the chairman of N.