American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal A grandchild.
- n. countable, informal A grandchild.
“After all, the boy is carrying around Peter's DNA, so Walternate could easily dose his own grandkid with the Cortexiphan that was extracted from Olivia during her captivity and send Junior over here to activate that doomsday device.”
“A couple from northwestern Oregon who are Internet newbies have found themselves the unwitting subjects of an instant viral video, thanks to a little help from a grandkid.”
“She's been looking forward to this day for a good long time, and I expect the grandkid to be spoiled rotten from the get-go.”
“Soon your kid or grandkid will be getting the SSN of some guy that died in the 50s.”
“The grandkid caught me eating cookie dough this weekend and gave me a lecture about Raw Eggs … the same one I gave her mother thirty years ago, almost to the word. chermonblie Said,”
“Ronnie has lost two children and a grandkid in the space of about a year.”
“What's with the media coverage of Sarah Palin's grandkid, and is Palin the new Paris Hilton?”
“This is retirement, Washington-style, where longer lives give educated minds so many more years to fill with something other than grandkid graduations and being on hold with Aetna.”
“Go Home and talk chelsea to give you a grandkid, you will be happy for the rest of you life.”
“Like my fellow Millennials, I could be Alan Simpson's grandkid.”
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