- n. Plural form of great-grandchild.
“Although she had over 60 grandchildren and over 100 great-grandchildren, Helen took an interest in my own children.”
“Blessings and God's peace for your children - her great-grandchildren.”
“They – or their children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren – are among the one and a half million Palestinian refugees crammed into the cesspool of Gaza, 80 per cent of whose families once lived in what is now Israel.”
“Ms. Kudanding has a total of 247 grandchildren: from her 14 children, she has 107 grandchildren, 138 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.”
“She was surrounded by her daughters, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.”
“Each one mentioned anywhere from seven to 26 grandchildren, and one even noted 61 great-grandchildren and 32 great-great-grandchildren!”
“A widower, he had five children, 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.”
“Survivors include two daughters, Bonnie Worden of Manassas and Jill Leonhardt of Callicoon, N.Y.; five grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and a great-great-granddaughter.”
“Amy L. Henry of Austin, and Laura R. Crandall of Seattle; a son from his second marriage, Brian D. Crandall of Falls Church; a brother; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.”
“Survivors include two daughters, Diane Werneke of Washington and Suzanne Schiffman of Sperryville, Va.; three grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.”
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