Definition of stepson
: a son of one's husband or wife by a former partner
Recent Examples of stepson from the Web
The groom is also the stepson of Sissi Pham and Scott Lewis.
Two co-defendants, Kiontay Cason, 23, and Woods' stepson David Johnson V, 21, testified against Woods under terms of plea agreements filed last year.
Mr. Judkins was an amusing storyteller who could hold an audience spellbound, stepson Mackey Cronin of Towson wrote in a profile.
Mitchell said shortly after the arrest of his stepson-in-law, Willie Corey Godbolt.
Trump voter Michelle Jaskulski, of Milwaukee, who has a son and stepson in recovery from opioid addiction, believes in the president’s commitment and overall approach.
Bohlin knew he'd been selected and sent two stepsons to the ceremony.
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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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