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  • n. Grandmother.

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Examples

  • She also revealed that her grandmum was a 40's pinup which informs so much about her aesthetic.

    Gawker

  • Afterword: Technically this paper should be in the theme of Snatch since every player and their "grandmum" is in the market for the "diamond" ... but the situation is so bleak that I had to call it what it is, No Country for Old Men.

    Richard Thomas: Commodities are No Country For Old Men

  • I never imagined you wouldn't be there for mine, that you'd be unable to talk to them, look after them and be the sweet grandmum you were destined to be.

    A letter to … my mother, who has Alzheimer's

  • I lived with my grandmum sometime ago and she had cats about the house but I couldnt stand them or the thought of them curling up by your leg just when you least expect!

    Cats On Tuesday: I am Scofield and I am fabulous!

  • No was a small brown and white monkey that my great grandmum made for me.

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  • I've received about 500 nasty looks from German grandmum types now that it's gotten chilly for not having a hat on the kid.

    Fashionable Knits

  • That woman has left her kids at home with grandmum, so she can come to the US and send money home.

    Is The Oppression of Women The Root Of All Oppressions?

  • “As my old grandmum used to say, good things come in threes,” Alan said, winking at Raven and slapping the half-mechanical man on the back, perhaps a little too hard.

    SNOW

  • A bad spell turns back on the caster times three, as my grandmum says.

    SNOW

  • He thanked his lucky stars and his grandmum for her fairy stories that he was able to answer so quickly and easily.

    SNOW

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