grand-mothers[ gran-muhth-er, grand-, gram- ]SEE DEFINITION OF grand-mothers
Synonyms for grand-mothers
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRAND-MOTHERS
Girls were matrons at twenty-five and grand-mothers at forty.
Reprints of the coloured picture books—illustrated from the original blocks, hand-coloured—used by our grand-mothers when young.
Sometimes children resemble the grandfathers or grand-mothers, and even uncles and aunts.