grand-mother[ gran-muhth-er, grand-, gram- ]SEE DEFINITION OF grand-mother
Synonyms for grand-mother
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRAND-MOTHER
He told later that both his mother and his grand-mother had been Germans.
Really, I'm not your grand-mother yet, though I am a mother.
He has money, and when his grand-mother dies he will inherit all of her fortune, too.
He had been brought up at the court of his grand-mother, the famous Catherine the Great.
But perhaps your grand-mother would rather have this sixpence?
I had an amnesis in which grand-mother and grand-daughter participated.
Her grand-mother's house had been the first real home she had ever known.
And a little pussy-cat tied to the other, And away she shall ride to see her grand-mother, To see her grandmother.
He left his father, grand-mother, four sisters and two brothers, all living where he fled from.
And besides employing the best doctor, my grand-mother always saw that they received the best nursing and attention.