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  • noun Plural form of grandsire.

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Examples

  • The greatest of his grandsires had been born before there were any humans.

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  • The greatest of his grandsires had been born before there were any humans.

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  • The greatest of his grandsires had been born before there were any humans.

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  • The greatest of his grandsires had been born before there were any humans.

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  • The parish part of the great church was fuller than usual even at the monastic offices, with anxious wives, mothers and grandsires fervent in praying for their menfolk.

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  • Men were disguised as women, and women as men — children wore the dress of aged people, and tottered with crutch-sticks in their hands, furred gowns on their little backs, and caps on their round heads — while grandsires assumed the infantine tone as well as the dress of children.

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  • Such are the compliments bandied between my great-grandsires and myself, across the gulf of time!

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  • Elizabethan or Jacobaean era — nay, did not make the gorge of our grandsires turn rebellious.

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  • Such are the compliments bandied between my great-grandsires and myself, across the gulf of time!

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  • From what Uncle Hafiz and my human grandsires have told me, you were freeing child slaves and confronting criminals at my age.

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