Blood Is Thicker Than Water (English Expressions)

Blood Is Thicker Than Water (English Expressions)
English expression - Blood is Thicker Than Water - Thinking in English
Blood is thicker than water!

This expression is used when we want to say family is the most important thing and the strongest relationship!

“My relatives believe blood is thicker than water, but I can’t respect their strange behavior”

Expressions are a fun thing to learn and really useful part of English! Why don’t you try to incorporate some expressions into your daily English?


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