grandma

[ gran-mah, -maw, grand-, gram-, gram-muh ]SEE DEFINITION OF grandma
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"Grandma Loekermann did it at the convent, ages ago," she told him.

Somehow they've got it into their heads it's grandma comin'.

She's goin' to have a new hat, and her grandma said she might come down with me to pick it out.

A smile lights the dear, aged face, and again Grandma takes up her story.

I am going to my grandma's soon, and I expect to have a nice time.

Mamma and I are going to Michigan in a few weeks to see my grandma and grandpa.

I'm old enough to be your grandma, pretty nigh, so I'm goin' to risk it.

"Your grandma says you got rid of another one of your poetry pieces, Al," he would say.

Your grandma says then she'd feel as if you had somebody to look after you.

"Thank you, grandma, dear; that is just what I would like to do," replied the young lady.

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