Definition of stepbrother
: a son of one's stepparent by a former partner
Recent Examples of stepbrother from the Web
The unassuming Cubs closer switched from 22 to 17 for the 2014 season after his stepbrother, Dustin Huguley, died unexpectedly of a genetic heart defect Aug. 3, 2013.
Drake says Josh's character (Gerald) reminds him of his stepbrother.
This week, for the second time in five years, jurors returned guilty verdicts against a New York man who fatally shot his mother, stepfather and stepbrother during the summer of 2011, PEOPLE confirms.
Dixon and fishing partner Bailey Manasco, his stepbrother, were using a technique of fishing around lily pads.
Kiaya was last seen around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday while walking with her stepbrother near her home.
Thornton Police have arrested a 15-year-old boy in connection with the murder investigation of 10-year-old Kiaya Campbell, who went missing last week after last being seen with her 15-year-old stepbrother.
Campbell disappeared Wednesday night while walking with her stepbrother from her home in the 12400 block of Forest Drive.
He and his stepbrother John frequently biked the five miles from their childhood home in Torrance, Calif., to Hermosa Beach as kids. 3.
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STEPBROTHER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stepbrother for English Language Learners
: the son of your stepmother or stepfather
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