Thesaurus / grandma
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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And you will stay with us between this time and that, and tell us your nice true stories, won't you, grandma?

Then Grandma had taken Cynthia's tall son up-stairs into the large airy guest room.

Green ValleyKatharine Reynolds

Grandma did not call it lunch—they had dinner and supper on the farm.

Sunny Boy in the CountryRamy Allison White

They were happy all the time, and grandma said they were so good that it was really no trouble at all to have them there.

If grandma got wind of the situation though, she'd put my pot on properly.

She was conscious always of Grandma Ridge's keen ears pricked to attention behind the smooth curls of gray hair.

One Woman's LifeRobert Herrick

With this end in view I thought of recommending her grandma to let her voice be trained.

"I guess your sprain wasn't as bad as you let on," observed Grandma Padgett.

Old Caravan DaysMary Hartwell Catherwood

"They climbed in that window and took the cake," went on Grandma Brown.

“No matter what you think or whether you air in the rights on't, or not, a little gal mustn't ever sass her elders,” said Grandma.

The Adventures of AnnMary E. Wilkins Freeman

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.