Examples of niece in a Sentence
If he's my uncle, then I'm his niece.
Recent Examples of niece from the Web
Patricia Evans, a longtime metro-Phoenix homeowner, showed her niece that owning a home could be life-changing in terms of saving money and creating her own space.
The music star, now 68, was sentenced to 20 years in prison following his niece’s allegations of a 2004 rape at the singer’s condo in Rancho Viejo.
Holly Hays/IndyStar An Indiana teen who was caught crafting a scheme to kill her 11-week-old niece by poisoning her breast milk has pleaded guilty to the crime.
Givenchy is survived by his partner, Philippe Venet, and his nieces, nephews, and their families.
Berman was a member of the House Bipartisan Team, which created a new system to fund Michigan’s public schools, according to her niece, Lisa Pinsky.
Like your 12-year-old niece, Mayer is a fan of Lush’s potent bath bombs — scented spheres which are activated by water to become a fizzy, effervescent, bubbly bath of many colors.
When the aunt intervened, her niece snatched her purse and fled in another car, police said.
The Sterling Coalition, the larger of the two, operates an importing company in Albuquerque called Sterling Islands, which is owned by Nashat Khalaf’s brother, Jawad Khalaf, and niece, Sheda Khalaf.
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NIECE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of niece for English Language Learners
: a daughter of your brother or sister
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