aunt[ ant, ahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF aunt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AUNT
I shall be staying with Aunt Cornelia a few days after to-morrow.
Tell Aunt Cornelia, please, that I shall be along in just a moment.
It's funny—that's exactly what I told Aunt Cornelia about that—that man.
His aunt, the Duchess of Savoy, is a merry dame, and a wise!
Aunt Jane approached a degree nearer the equator, and said, gently, "I fear I do."
"He certainly was not what is called a domestic character," said Aunt Jane.
It was a very serious thing for the elements when they got into Aunt Jane's diary.
"It is a blessing that any of it is disposed of while you are not here," said Aunt Jane.
"Nobody ever thinks I see anything," said Aunt Jane, in some dejection.
Your aunt has been forced to engage not to interfere but by your father's direction.