your flesh and blood

(one's) (own) flesh and blood

One's family member(s). You're my own flesh and blood—how you could you steal my story idea? She's our flesh and blood, so let's all try to get along with her while she's in town.
See also: and, blood, flesh

your (own) flesh and blood

near relatives; close family.
See also: and, blood, flesh

your (own) ˌflesh and ˈblood

a member of your own family: How can I possibly not help him? He’s my own flesh and blood, isn’t he?
See also: and, blood, flesh
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If your flesh and blood commits these shameful acts of daylight robbery what do you expect from a stranger?