American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A daughter of one's son or daughter.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The daughter of one's son or daughter: correlative to grandfather and grandmother.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The daughter of one's son or daughter.
- n. a female grandchild
- From grand- + daughter (Wiktionary)
“– I feel like the paragraph where the narrator explains why the grandfather hates his granddaughter is a bit of an infodump.”
“The overall feeling, however, results in the notion that the granddaughter is a plucky, self-centered, 21st century bitch who has to be taught that she cannot have what the real men of the 1950s can: real mechanized power firing on eight cylinders.”
“My granddaughter is a little miss bossy but I still love her!”
“Meg, the pattern my granddaughter is wearing in the picture I provided a link to yesterday is called Harmony, by Candace Eisner Strick.”
“In this, the granddaughter is not all that ineffectual, but self-centered in the absolute, even nefarious.”
“The visit by Hymel, his daughter and granddaughter is even more precious now, Toce said.”
“So my delicious DeLight today is I call my granddaughter Haley, and tomorrow is Jason Day.”
“My first granddaughter is due in September and boy is that kid gonna be spoiled.”
“My granddaughter is 7 years old, neither of her parents are outdoors people, but her grandfather and I have been taking her hunting since she was 2 yrs. old.”
“My granddaughter is known as the Peach or Peachie.”
Looking for tweets for granddaughter.