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Definition of "kith" []

  • One's friends and acquaintances (esp in the phrase kith and kin) (noun)
  • Friends and acquaintances (noun)

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Use "kith" in a sentence
  • "I will ask what we may teach one another about what we might do today and tomorrow not to repeat the bloody relationship that gave birth to Fort Hare and a South African Berlin, and gave birth to common reference points that we should all visit to understand what they did, whom we call kith and kin."
  • "In an organization his kith are the key players or middle managers."
  • "I just mention this, in case any of you out there are blessed with the kind of kith and kin susceptible to suggestions for good gifts to give a writer for any major holiday that might be coming up."