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noun as in woman

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She did not feel safe, she said, so she moved into her mother’s three-bedroom apartment with her two children, her brother, her sister and her niece.

If your nieces and nephews like camping in the back yard, or you have friends who enjoy traveling light, this single-height mattress is a great option.

His former lawyer is set to release a tell-all book about him and his niece already has.

However, it is more like your niece pointing to the rabbits while also understanding that rabbits are animals.

By contrast, the desire of his niece, Bethany, to become transhuman through tech implants and bio-hacking is met with anger, fear, and revulsion.

He is said to have had many affairs, chief among them with Jean Gordon, his half-niece.

He hugs his sister, Athelgra, hugs his daughter, Ernestine, hugs his niece Arthel.

Negron was dating Mayor Delle Donna's niece, Rita Perito, and their relationship allegedly turned physically abusive.

My ultimate aim is that by the time my niece is eight - she's three now - there won't be a risk of FGM.

I have a 13-year-old niece who is a Belieber (aka big fan of Justin).

One of her humours was to unite the son of her minister, with a niece of the widowed Queen of Saint Germain's.

It was evident to the German doctor that his patron looked forward to his great-niece's visit with pleasure.

Miss Barrington shook off her anger, and rising, laid a gentle hand on her niece's shoulder.

A niece is so safe—however good you are at statistics, you can't really prove anything.

(A little awkwardly) Darling one, I wonder if you'd mind—just at first—being introduced as my niece.


On this page you'll find 102 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to niece, such as: agnate, aunt, blood, brother-in-law, cognate, and connection.

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