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used in It Happened to Nancy

5 uses
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in various senses, including:
  • a person related by blood or marriage — as in "The hospital won't let me visit her because I'm not a relative."
  • a plant or animal related by origin or grouping — "The closest relative of the dog is the gray wolf."
  • I felt like we had been friends forever, like we were long-lost relatives or something.
    p. 253.7
  • I went to the bathroom, and I'm glad Lew went with his family to see some relatives out in the country.
    p. 84.2
  • His relatives are all very physical, kissing and hugging and bugging us.
    p. 162.9
  • All of his relatives are respectful of themselves. and everybody else.
    p. 166.9
  • Lew has gone to visit relatives for the weekend.
    p. 202.1

There are no more uses of "relative" in It Happened to Nancy.

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