Antonyms for grand-father

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In vain I reminded him that he wuz a deacon and a grand-father.

Very well—if I don't play you a trick for this, may I never be a Grand-father!

How came the Indian here so soon after his grand-father Noah's flood?

My grand-father was a younger brother, and a native of Saxony.

I had all my grand-father's melody as well as poetry by rote.

Men old enough to be his grand-father were listening to what he had to say.

Now let us come to your grand-father, who has a thousand and a thousand times regaled the youth of his time with seals.

Old Sol was quite delighted, and kissed her like her grand-father.

I was the youngest of six children, and particularly loved by my mother, and my grand-father almost doated on me.

Grand-father would have said much more, but just then Rose saw Tom and Lucy walking up the lawn to the open window.