Recent Examples of grandparent from the Web
Trace Barnett learned how to cook from his grandparents.
The Fort Wayne, Indiana, woman abducted her children on Sept. 26 from their custodial grandparents' home, prompting authorities to issue an Amber Alert.
More than a dozen people stood in the driveway of Edwards’ and Blackwell’s grandparents Monday afternoon and joined hands for prayer.
From age 6, Jim Franz remembered listening to the Indianapolis 500 at his grandparents' Memorial Day parties.
Denham is accused of fatally shooting his grandparents, his sister and her 3-month-old son in February.
Claire, who lived in Rhode Island, had been visiting her grandparents and had taken a short walk to the beach from their Del Mar Heights home the evening of Aug. 24, 1984.
Denham was charged in June with first-degree murder after authorities discovered the bodies of his grandparents, Russell Denham, 82, and Shirley Denham, 81; his sister, Heather Ager, 32; and her son, Mason Schiavoni.
St. Petersburg, maybe more than any other part of the state, is a reminder of the Florida your grandparents dreamed of escaping to.
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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
: a parent of someone's father or mother
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