Recent Examples of grandparent from the Web
My great-grandparents Rosa Navarro and Simon Rodriguez came to the U.S. around 1922 as workers.
While putting together The Wirecutter’s own report, one researcher learned that a grandparent was in fact not biologically related.
WWE has always prided itself as being cross-generational with parents and grandparents taking their children to shows or watching them on television.
The brothers went to high school in Houston and spent summers in the country with their grandparents in Louisiana.
For weeks, Yunis Sallou had been trying to extricate his uncle and three cousins, who were interred in his grandparents' house.
Seki’s store, which was founded by her grandparents 86 years ago, was one of the few businesses open on a street full of shuttered shops.
A dresser in one of the bedrooms was the first piece of furniture ever bought by her grandparents.
Yellow ribbons now line the Newtown street where Patrick lived with his grandparents.
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First Known Use of grandparent
GRANDPARENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grandparent for English Language Learners
: a parent of your father or mother
GRANDPARENT Defined for Kids
Definition of grandparent for Students
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