Examples of niece in a Sentence
If he's my uncle, then I'm his niece.
Recent Examples of niece from the Web
Walter is survived by his partner Gino Aitro, his nieces, Eileen and Kathy, and nephew, Kevin.
The Yolando Road resident liked attending family events and school events for his niece and nephew, as well as those of friends’ children.
He is survived by his wife, Lisa Swain Bramblett; mother, Emily Conway Bramblett; two sisters, Debbie Bramblett Bell and Rona Bramblett Huey (Trip); his nephews Brandon Bell and Avery Huey and his niece, Ansleigh Huey.
Behind him is his wife, Eleanor Roosevelt, and her two nieces, 8-year-old Diane and 6-year-old Amy Roosevelt.
The World War II veteran, who died at age 96 in 2016, never had children, so the land was passed down to his niece, two great-nephews and his longtime employee.
His niece, Ronda Romney McDaniel, is the head of the Republican National Committee.
Galván's surgery was originally scheduled for May 17, said Santos, who launched an online fundraiser to help pay for her niece’s funeral costs.
Maren died May 24 at a San Diego nursing home, his niece, Stacy Michelle Barrington, told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
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Origin and Etymology of niece
NIECE Defined for English Language Learners
: a daughter of your brother or sister
NIECE Defined for Kids
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