A woman sharing the same racial, cultural, or national background as another.(noun)
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Use "kinswoman" in a sentence
"An old ally has turned against him; his wise advisor has gone missing; and a young kinswoman is wreaking havoc."
"'By assuring me that my kinswoman is my sincere friend?'"
"But I cannot help being glad for you that his kinswoman will be your servant, for you are ill fitted to grow maize with the painted savages, ma plus douce!"