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3. kinship, relationship, consanguinity, filiation, ap-parentation; blood, blood ties, flesh and blood, family ties; ancestry, common ancestry, descent, lineage, pat-rilineage, matrilineage, parentage; cognation, agnation, enation, affiliation; extraction, stock, breed, stirps; ilk, kind, line, sept.
4. kinsman, clansman, fellow, cognate. See - relative (def. 1).
5. reference, regard, respect, bearing, concern, interest; pertinence, relevance, applicability; materiality, germaneness, appositeness, relatedness, aptness.
6. narration, recitation, recital, description; depiction, portrayal, delineation, representation; rehearsal, telling, storytelling, recounting; retelling, recapitulation, repetition, summary of the facts.
7. narrative, account, side, report; story, tale, yarn; parable, fable, apologue, folktale, allegory; chronicle, history, record, life story, life, biography. relative,
n. 1. kinsman, kinswoman, relation, con-sanguinean; tribesman, clansman, countryman, fellow, compatriot; cognate, agnate, enate, affine; father, mother, brother, sister, son, daughter; uncle, aunt, nephew, niece, cousin; grandfather, grandmother, grandson, granddaughter; stepfather, stepmother, stepbrother, stepsister; great-uncle, granduncle, great-aunt, grandaunt; father-in-law, mother-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law; next of kin, near relation, kissing kin, kissing cousin; bastard, natural child.

-adj. 2. comparative, correlative, correspondent, proportionate, proportional; analogous, parallel, approximate, proximate, equivalent; near, close, similar, like; comparable, homologous, in common, common to; matchable, commensurate, commensurable.
3. dependent, contingent, subject to; provisory, provisional, liable, conditioned; subordinate, subservient, ancillary, auxiliary, subsidiary, subordinate; accessory, accompanying, complementary, attendant.
4. connected, related, allied, affiliated; correlative, correlated, interrelated, interconnected, interdependent; associated, associative, associate, in association, connective, linking; agnate, enate, cognate, kindred, kin.
5. relevant, pertinent, appurtenant, pertaining, referring; germane, apropos,
Latin, ad rem, material, applicable; apposite, appropriate, proper, due, meet; apt, fitting, befitting, suitable, suited, congruous, pat; belonging, involving, in point, Fr. d propos.

relatively, adv. respectively, in respect to, in relation to, in a relative manner, in a like or similar manner; comparatively, pertinently, appositely, germanely, apropos of; conditionally, provisionally, contingently.

relax, v. 1. loose, slacken, untighten, relieve tension, Obs. slake; relinquish one's grip or hold, let go of, release, free, liberate.
2. lessen, diminish, lower, decrease, decline; abate, bate, subside, recede, ebb, lull, quell, slake; flag, wane, fade away, tail off, let down, run down, die down, dwindle, taper off, attenuate.
3. ease up, ease off,
Inf. let up, slack off or up, Inf. let up on; go easy, be easy or lenient or clement, show clemency or mercy, forbear, give in; modulate, soften, cushion, milden, mellow, lighten, reduce, weaken, tone down, Inf. soft-pedal, downplay; moderate, subdue, chasten, temper, check, curb, take the edge off; mitigate, alleviate, allay, assuage, mollify, dulcify; muffle, hush, quiet, damp, dull, blunt, deaden, Music. flatten.
4. calm, tranquilize, quiet, soothe, smooth, pacify; calm down, unwind, unbend, loosen up, hang loose,
Inf. let oneself go, be oneself, Inf. let one's hair down, SI. let it all hang out; be calm, be tranquil, be or hold or lie still, not move a muscle, be quiet, quiet down, be inactive.

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