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  • n. Plural form of goddaughter.

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Examples

  • Whether the subject is God or goddaughters, we just can't get enough of him, it would seem.

    The Godparent Trap

  • In most families that would have been a recipe for disaster, but we all got on great, especially my wife, Lisa, and Madeline, who are like sisters, and Dominique, one of my goddaughters, who was like a second mom to my kids, same as Madeline had been with me.

    Cake Boss

  • She had her goddaughters, age 11 and 10, over Friday after school.

    Stromata Blog:

  • My tween goddaughters and their friends spend a lot of time online, but they are engaged in social networks or playing games -- they aren't passively watching videos the way their parents passively watch television.

    "Young American Bodies" and "Schweddy Balls": Seeking Online Alternatives as the Strike Continues

  • I'm a godmother several times over, but am still in shock that two of my goddaughters are now in college!

    Friday Five: Fire and Water

  • I have really been a bad godfather i cant even believe i am the 45th blogger to leave a comment on my goddaughters blog.

    Bloggerversary

  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I looked for TVs, I looked for DVD players, laptops, things for my niece and my goddaughters.

    CNN Transcript Nov 25, 2005

  • A third of this fortune was by his will divided between his innumerable goddaughters but it struck every one as strange, that there was no mention of Anna Andreyevna in his will at all; her name was omitted.

    A Raw Youth

  • For longer than an hour he avoided Lady Sterne and her goddaughters — though apparently only the elder sister was that.

    Heartless

  • She adored young things, and had an enormous family of godsons and goddaughters, out of which crowd Ben Kelham and Damaris Hethencourt were supreme favourites, and about whom she had been weaving plots when she had written her letter of invitation to the Squire.

    The Hawk of Egypt

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