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She welcomed us warmly, and shared memories of my grandparents and great-grandparents.

He has a fabulous friendship with his donor, and he also got two great grandparents out of the deal.

The PBS TV series African American Lives revealed that some of your great-great-grandparents were slaves.

If our great-grandparents were all like that what an age it had been for the Scranton correspondence courses!

It is really Hackle Island, girls, and has been known by that name since our great-grandparents days.

It has been handed down from generation to generation, far beyond the memory of our great-grandparents.

Of his eight great-grandparents, five were French and three Dutch, a fact he once intimated in the Oxonian's presence.

The mating of brother and sister cuts the grandparents to two, and the great-grandparents to four.


On this page you'll find 88 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to great-grandparents, such as: agnate, aunt, blood, brother-in-law, cognate, and connection.

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