Recent Examples of granddaughter from the Web
Isaac plays a shell game with his beloved granddaughter that even involves a shell game (or at least the explication of one).
Kathy Kottom, 68, lives in a four-bedroom, 2,000-square-foot townhome in Alameda with her 21-year-old granddaughter.
Cabinet officials refused her re-application for money needed to care for her granddaughter, saying the program had ended.
On Wednesday, Janet Kuhn, Buckley Kuhn-Fricker's mother, said, the family staged an intervention with her granddaughter, telling her not to see her boyfriend anymore because of his views.
Roof shot five bullets into Sanders’s body, killing him in front of his mother, Felicia Sanders, who was one of three people to survive the massacre, along with her 11-year-old granddaughter and Polly Sheppard, 70.
In addition to her daughter, her son and two granddaughters, Ms. Morris is survived by a brother, Harvey Taub.
Proceeded her death, husband of 60 years Robert Lamby, son Stephen Lamby and granddaughter Laura Lamby.
Shortly before that scene, Mama Kris offered some sweet words for her granddaughter.
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GRANDDAUGHTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of granddaughter for English Language Learners
: a daughter of your son or daughter
GRANDDAUGHTER Defined for Kids
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