Definition of granddaughter
: the daughter of one's son or daughter
Recent Examples of granddaughter from the Web
Besides her son Michael, she is survived by two other sons, John and Tom; four grandchildren; and two step-granddaughters.
Ernest’s granddaughter Margaux overdosed in 1996, and his third wife, Martha Gellhorn, took her own life in 1998 in London.
LeAnn Mueller, the owner of La Barbecue, is Louie’s granddaughter and the daughter of longtime Louie Mueller pitmaster Bobby Mueller.
The family described Hannah as thoughtful and caring, the kind of child who bought a necklace for a relative and notepads for Aldaz's two granddaughters, one of whom was Hannah's age.
The debate started late last week when Gardendale resident and grandfather Elton Campbell took to Facebook to ask whether his 15-year-old granddaughter needed to get a business to mow neighbors' yards for extra money.
One was Sharon Stevens, granddaughter of Audrey O’Connor, winner of the 1919 Tidal Basin bathing beauty contest Answer Man mentioned.
People like Tasandra Simpson, 39, who has three boys ages 6 to 20 and a 5-month-old granddaughter.
Bob Gannon and his granddaughter, Casia Gannon, who live in Louisville, selected a black female lab named Maggie.
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First Known Use of granddaughter
GRANDDAUGHTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of granddaughter for English Language Learners
: a daughter of your son or daughter
GRANDDAUGHTER Defined for Kids
Definition of granddaughter for Students
: a daughter of a person's son or daughter
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