Examples of granddaddy in a Sentence
the granddaddy of all English mystery novels
Recent Examples of granddaddy from the Web
Sommer was honored by the city in 2015 on the 25th anniversary of the Great Floridian Triathlon, an ironman-distance race that is the granddaddy of his events.
Brunswick was settled in 1815 and Liverpool Township is the granddaddy of all of them.
Detroit Auto Show: Mercedes says the G-Class is the daddy or granddaddy of the rest of its SUV lineup, tracing its roots to 1972.
The granddaddy of ski trails in Wisconsin has two sections of lighted trails: 3 kilometers at the Hatchery Creek trailhead off Highway 77 near Hayward and 4 kilometers at the County OO trailhead east of Seeley.
The granddaddy of Asheville beer is Highland Brewing Company, also indie but with a big mountain-view deck.
The granddaddy that’s been tucked off Providence Road for years, this is half wine market and half deli.
Buy Photo Weavers Way is the granddaddy of Philadelphia-area food co-ops, launched in 1973 when neighbors in West Mount Airy formed a produce-buying club in a church basement.
My own granddaddy was a county agent, and several of his brothers taught agriculture at universities with one being a specialist in irrigation.
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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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