- n. Plural form of great-great-grandchild.
“Survivors include two children, Walter McCollough Jr. of Bowie and Regina McCollough Hargrove of Washington; 17 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren; and nine great-great-grandchildren.”
“If you hire her, she will someday clean the space station inhabited by your great-great-grandchildren.”
“Kessler of Lompoc, Calif., and Bradford Haak of Great Falls; four step-sons, Erik Gregorie of Sayre, Pa., and Stephen Gregorie, Stewart Gregorie and Alan Gregorie, all of Atlanta; 15 grandchildren; and 10 great-great-grandchildren.”
“It was before the arrival of their two children, their two grandchildren, their four great-grandchildren and their three great-great-grandchildren.”
“Danny's mother also believed modern science would allow her to live long enough to see her grandchildren, her great-grandchildren, and her great-great-grandchildren.”
“And governing by giving everything to everyone for free seems cheap as long as the entire electorate and their children and grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren can be forced to fund it ….”
“Ms. Kudanding has a total of 247 grandchildren: from her 14 children, she has 107 grandchildren, 138 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.”
“Each one mentioned anywhere from seven to 26 grandchildren, and one even noted 61 great-grandchildren and 32 great-great-grandchildren!”
“Survivors include three children, Carol L. Parrish of Mount Airy, Susan Matheson of Walkersville and Mervin Kenney Jr. of San Antonio; a half-sister; two half-brothers; nine grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren.”
“I don't want my great-great-grandchildren to repeat my question, 'What were they thinking?”
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