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A person's family.‘Ian's fam must be so proud of him’‘I decided to make a last-minute trip to the Bay for Christmas to see the fam’
relatives, relations, blood relations, family members, kin, next of kin, kinsfolk, kinsmen, kinswomen, kindred, one's flesh and blood, one's own flesh and blood, connectionsView synonyms
- ‘The famous fam shared cute pics from the bash on Instagram last week.’
- ‘They both have famous fams.’
- ‘Btw, heading to the UK this summer with the fam.’
- ‘A few years back, I took the fam on a day trip to San Diego.’
- ‘He took to Twitter to share an adorable pic of his fam celebrating St. Patrick's Day.’
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