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Granddad

noun
1.
The father of your father or mother.  Synonyms: gramps, grandad, granddaddy, grandfather, grandpa.






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"Granddad" Quotes from Famous Books



... Sirajuddaula, who'll probably succeed him, is no better than a tiger. He lives at Murshidabad, about one hundred miles up the river. He's a vain, peacocky, empty-headed youth, and as soon as the breath is out of his granddad's body he'll want to try his wings and take a peck or two at us. He may do it slyly, or go so far as to attack ...
— In Clive's Command - A Story of the Fight for India • Herbert Strang

... done anything the way we thought we would. I expected to live in Germany with my granddad's people, and ...
— Babbitt • Sinclair Lewis



Words linked to "Granddad" :   granddaddy, gramps, grandparent, grandad, grandfather



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