- n. Plural form of uncle.
“Â My twin uncles were about to graduate from Kent that Spring and were walking back from to their dorm from the Art School when the shooting happened.”
“My twin uncles were about to graduate from Kent that Spring and were walking back from to their dorm from the Art School when the shooting happened.”
“One of my uncles is diagnosed with the terminal cancer, the other one died recently from the stroke.”
“This coming of age story about a boy stuck in the country with his two eccentric - and possibly rich - uncles is a film I can watch time and time again.”
“Another of Nadal's uncles is former Spanish player Miguel Angel Nadal — who played for Real Madrid's rival where he was known as the "Beast of Barcelona.”
“I called my uncles again, telling them to be aware that there was a very possibility the news wasn't true.”
“I called uncles and aunts who might know someone, somewhere who might work for the government - but to no avail.”
“Putting Britain's international reputation on the line for a Pakistani slime-ball drug smuggler only makes sense when one realises that in a lot of densely muslim populated areas of Britain, dozens of neighbourhood "uncles" - or postal-vote marshalls, as we might style them - will have been following this closely.”
“He found that in many instances, "uncles" - who were biologically related to the young boys or not”
“The father and all adult men are known as "uncles" - there is no stigma attached to not knowing who a child's father is.”
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Interesting words that came to me in spam emails in the "From" field. Read in pairs by order added, add the initial of your choice, and you'll get a list of "names."
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