grandmother

[ gran-muhth-er, grand-, gram- ]SEE DEFINITION OF grandmother

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRANDMOTHER

They began at once to think of whom they should inquire,—of the teacher, or of the grandmother.

The grandmother was really standing there, holding the fiddle out to him.

Not far from his grandmother's residence there was a windmill which operated on a new plan.

Why, when he was your age, his father was at war and papa and Grandmother Wade had to do everything.

Tell him your grandmother was the sergeant's Mary Ann and your father was Sami.

He was looking steadfastly at his grandmother and weeping piteously.

"You must never forget what the finch calls," continued the grandmother.

It was the same way Sami had often gone with his grandmother down to La Tour.

He spoke exactly like his grandmother, who was indeed the only one he had to talk with.

The woman did not do for the little children as his grandmother had done for him.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GRANDMOTHER

seniors

nounolder person
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