Examples of granddaddy in a Sentence
the granddaddy of all English mystery novels
Recent Examples of granddaddy from the Web
The arts organization, granddaddy of Philadelphia’s alternative performing arts spaces, has been at the location since 1981.
There’s no comparison with Alan Trammell and Lou Whitaker, the granddaddies of middle-infield relationships who spent 19 years together and were in the same lineup 1,612 times, the longest all-time affiliation for a shortstop and second baseman.
The granddaddy of the bunch is Rub Rub Rub Sugar Scrub, which is normally packaged as 11.6 ounces for $23.
The Midnight Sun baseball game is the granddaddy of all things solstice in Alaska.
Not to butter you up, but that’s so sweet. pic.twitter.com/UKBNcfeR4c — McDonald's (@McDonalds) June 12, 2018 As for McDonald's, the fast food granddaddy, the company still represents itself with the golden arches logo and Ronald's surname.
My granddaddy had a little five-acre piece of land.
The Death Star is the granddaddy of all megabuilds, weighing in at 435 trillion Legos.
One of her granddaddies was a Pentecostal preacher, the other a moonshiner, and neither seemed incompatible with Klan teachings.
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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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