Definition of stepson
: a son of one's husband or wife by a former partner
Recent Examples of stepson from the Web
After going a short distance, Slaughter turned around to face Townsell and begged him not to shoot him in front of his stepson.
In addition to her husband, Estelle Berg is survived by son Andrew, daughter Karen and stepson Joseph, as well as six grandchildren.
Blue, located in the Hearst Tower at the corner of 5th and College streets, is owned by restaurateur Alex Myrick, the stepson of former U.S. Rep. Sue Myrick, a Charlotte Republican.
After a scuffle inside the bar, Ronald Ebens, who worked in the auto industry, and his stepson, Michael Nitz, later chased down Chin, smashing his head with a bat.
The father and stepson are believed to have had a close relationship, and in the wake of Twist's death, Styles' One Direction bandmates are showing their support for the family on social media.
The three films were produced by Red Granite, which was founded by Najib's stepson, Riza Aziz.
Police initially identified the child as Salaam’s stepson, but Homicide Capt.
A south Brevard County man apparently killed his wife, stepson and sister-in-law, set fire to the family home and then killed himself, the Sheriff’s Office said Monday.
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First Known Use of stepson
before 12th century
STEPSON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of stepson for English Language Learners
: your wife's or husband's son by a past marriage or relationship
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