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Synonyms for family

Synonyms for family

a group of usually related people living together as a unit


a group of people sharing common ancestry

one's relatives collectively

one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

of or relating to the family or household

Synonyms for family

a person having kinship with another or others

a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities

an association of people who share common beliefs or activities


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Compared with my great-grandfather's general lack of vision for succession, which happened to work, there should be a more-concrete game plan for your future.
"My great-grandfather never talked about it and a lot of it got forgotten about.
The visit inspired him to find out more about his great-grandfather's life.
Great-grandfather's collection of matchboxes housed in an old cigar box captures the imagination.
To be able to see my great-grandfather and the clothes he was wearing was fantastic.
The twins' great-grandfather, Thomas Dickinson, was chief steward of the Caronia in 1907 and spent more than 25 years with the Liverpool-based Cunard Line, serving some of the finest wines to the upper classes.
His great-grandfather and and his great-great-great grandfather also held the roles in the 19th century His role as high sheriff is largely ceremonial, and the only significant legal functions performed by high sheriffs today relate to the enforcement of high court writs.
The Hogan That Great-Grandfather Built is a children's picturebook about a multigenerational Navajo family that shares work, play, festivity, and storytelling in their family hogan (traditional hand-built home, typically made of wood with packed mud and earth).
The author presents letters written by her great-grandfather, a Union soldier during the Civil War.
LONDON -- Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger is set to become a great-grandfather early next year.
She recounts the story of her great-grandfather, John William Peterson, who, as a young man left his home in Alberta to fight in the Great War and returned home with only one arm.
His good fortune is almost beyond comprehension in comparison to the hardships his great-grandfather, Patrick McCann, endured in the grim grip of real-life poverty.
IT is great to read that the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham's gem and reputedly home to some of the world's most skilful jewellers, is still a hive of activity (Mail, February 5) as it was when my great-grandfather Hugh Heinrick (born 1852) worked in his small workshop in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter at 37 and a half Great Hampton Street from the 1870s.
After his family line came to America, Romney's great-grandfather, Miles Park Romney, became the first of Romney's ancestors to practice polygamy, and had four wives and 30 children.
Her great-grandfather, Charles Edward Cotton, was one of the first doctors to practice in Cowansville.