Recent Examples of grandmother from the Web
Her late grandmother Sis Shapiro, a feminist and civil-rights activist, was a profound inspiration.
During a visit with her grandmother, Ruiz pulled out her cellphone to show the 93-year-old woman a photo of the son she had not seen in 18 years.
When Kessel had his first shot with the Stanley Cup for a day, his grandmother chugged champagne from it.
My grandmother had given me a book of the painter Titian, and a lot of his paintings have to do with aspects of the Bible.
BL: For my grandmother, The Unsinkable Molly Brown.
An Abingdon man accused of stealing nearly $400,000 meant for his late grandmother's trust fund recently pleaded guilty to theft and was ordered to make monthly restitution payments starting Sept. 1.
When Collins was young, her mom made the difficult decision to send her to live with her grandmother in the neighboring county, where the public school system was stronger.
Mr. Susini was very close to his maternal grandmother — whose political leanings rested with the Italian Fascist leader Benito Mussolini.
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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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