Examples of granddaddy in a Sentence
the granddaddy of all English mystery novels
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The granddaddy of all convention centers, McCormick Place in Chicago, is the nation's biggest with 2.6 million square feet of exhibition space.
Holding the hand of a friend who was dying much too young, and holding the hand of his sick granddaddy, Joseph has shown compassion far beyond his years.
The trail crew for the granddaddy of ski trails in Wisconsin, the Birkie, continues to roll and track the loops around the trailhead at County Highway OO and heading north.
With the season's compressed schedule and a slew of top invitationals vying for attention, Centennial still has the allure of being the granddaddy of them all.
Top: Alaska Airlines Bottom: Spirit Airline Quality Rating is the granddaddy of airline surveys.
Then the next week is the equivalent of New Year’s Day in college football with the BlueGrass Stakes, Wood Memorial and, the granddaddy of them all to continue the college football metaphor, the Santa Anita Derby.
That’s the nickname my granddaddy gave me, basically from the time I was born.
Big James, my daddy, your granddaddy, one and the same.
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GRANDDADDY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of granddaddy for English Language Learners
: someone or something that is the first or oldest one in a particular area or field
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