Examples of granddaddy in a Sentence
the granddaddy of all English mystery novels
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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.
Lawsuits came in waves against tobacco companies, the granddaddy of them being the 1998 settlement between 46 states and Big Tobacco.
The granddaddy of all U.S. convention centers is Chicago's McCormick Place, which has 2.6 million square feet of exhibition space.
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.
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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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