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  • noun informal grandmother

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Examples

  • Consider the grandmammy of female SF writers, Mary Shelley, and the persistent assertions that she couldn't possibly have written her masterpiece, that it must have been the work of her husband.

    Ladies-in-Waiting

  • “You watch out for your grandmammy,” his mama said.

    Fateful Journeys

  • The pain began just behind the ear on the same side as his empty eye socket—the socket that his grandmammy, Nettie, had often told him gave him his peculiar ability to see what nobody else could spy out.

    Fateful Journeys

  • Theo, who had known for as long as he could remember that he was different from other darky boys, never argued with his grandmammy.

    Fateful Journeys

  • “You watch out for your grandmammy,” his mama said.

    Fateful Journeys

  • Theo always stood taller after his grandmammy said such things.

    Fateful Journeys

  • Theo, who had known for as long as he could remember that he was different from other darky boys, never argued with his grandmammy.

    Fateful Journeys

  • The pain began just behind the ear on the same side as his empty eye socket—the socket that his grandmammy, Nettie, had often told him gave him his peculiar ability to see what nobody else could spy out.

    Fateful Journeys

  • Theo always stood taller after his grandmammy said such things.

    Fateful Journeys

  • After he came back from the War'that'd be dubya-dubya-two-he settled down with my grandmammy Dora.

    Spirits White As Lightning

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