Recent Examples of nephew from the Web
Mack, the nephew of former MV great Darrell Mack, moves to RB.
My nephews, being born of a white mother and a black father, wouldn’t have been welcome in Jefferson Davis’ house as anything other than servants.
At Pippa Middleton's wedding to hedge fund manager James Matthews back in May, all eyes were on the bride's family—specifically her big sister Kate and adorable niece and nephew, Princess Charlotte and Prince George.
Ninkovich was back in his hometown for his nephew's graduation party Saturday, according to Stephanie Ozment, a friend of Ninkovich's older sister Laura.
Marshall Rimann, Wolf Rimann’s 72-year-old nephew, has seen firsthand the city’s preoccupation with his uncle’s murder.
Rudo, 98, died of natural causes on July 4 in his New Jersey home, according to his nephew, Saul Rudo.
John Paul David Puckett Sr., 59, is accused of stabbing to death his nephew James Paul Ward at 638 E. Moulton Street, police said.
The family patriarch acknowledges that there have been some missteps in his efforts to rehabilitate his nephews.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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