Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A daughter-in-law.

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Examples

  • Simson, the first in the race, carried as a prize the situation of sick-nurse beside the delicate patient; that Peg Thomson was permitted the privilege of recommending her good-daughter, Bet Jamieson, to be wet-nurse; and an oe, or grandchild, of Luckie Jaup was hired to assist in the increased drudgery of the family; the Doctor thus, like a practised minister, dividing among his trusty adherents such good things as fortune placed at his disposal.

    The Surgeon's Daughter

  • The good-daughter of Peg Thomson started off with an activity worthy of her mother-inlaw.

    The Surgeon's Daughter

  • If you have a daughter/granddaughter/niece/good-daughter who would enjoy a book for Christmas, you have JUST time to order from me a copy of "We didn't mean to start a school".

    auntie joanna writes

  • Simson, the first in the race, carried as a prize the situation of sick-nurse beside the delicate patient; that Peg Thomson was permitted the privilege of recommending her good-daughter, Bet Jamieson, to be wet-nurse; and an _oe_, or grandchild, of Luckie Jaup was hired to assist in the increased drudgery of the family; the Doctor thus, like a practised minister, dividing among his trusty adherents such good things as fortune placed at his disposal.

    The Surgeon's Daughter

  • The good-daughter of Peg Thomson started off with an activity worthy of her mother-in-law.

    The Surgeon's Daughter

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