Recent Examples of grandmother from the Web
Not written down!) through three generations, beginning with one resourceful German grandmother.
Nobody's dead grandmother is going to make an appearance on my stage.
For years, the gang had paid for Henry’s school uniforms, protected him from rival gangs, and given his grandmother meat for the family.
Residents here still speak Sardo, the closest living form of Latin; veiled grandmothers and bands of nomadic shepherds gaze warily at outsiders; and residents fiercely proclaim that Sardinia isn’t Italy.
Sharpton came to Sacramento to give the eulogy for Clark's funeral service at the Bayside of South Sacramento Church, where Clark's grandmother attends services.
Just before Christmas, with a little help from his grandmother, Fore penned three letters: one to President Trump, one to his daughter Ivanka, and one to Santa Claus.
However, this shouldn't be seen as a slight from the groom's grandmother.
Since Sister Helen’s breakup, Lawitts took five unfinished songs and turned them into the debut EP from her brand new project, Stimmerman (taken from her maternal grandmother’s original family name).
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GRANDMOTHER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grandmother for English Language Learners
: the mother of your father or mother
GRANDMOTHER Defined for Kids
Definition of grandmother for Students
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