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kinless (not comparable)
- Without kin; familyless.
- 1843 April, Thomas Carlyle, “ch. XI, The Abbot’s Ways”, in Past and Present, American edition, Boston, Mass.: Charles C[offin] Little and James Brown, published 1843, →OCLC, book II (The Ancient Monk):
- And old friendships and all connexions forgotten, when you go to seek an office from him! “A kinless loon,” as the Scotch said of Cromwell’s new judges, — intent on mere indifferent fair-play!