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  • noun Plural form of grandson.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • FYI - the rifle has been retired and will be waiting for another special day when one of Dad's grandsons is ready to use it.

    Field & Stream

  • FYI - the rifle has been retired and will be waiting for another special day when one of Dad's grandsons is ready to use it.

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  • "Henceforth to me, Lords of the Council, this brave man must ever be as a son of my heart, and I trust that in his name grandsons of my own may keep in bright honour the name which in glorious days of old my fathers made illustrious.

    The Lady of the Shroud

  • My 2 sons are bilingual French and English and some Inuktituk (language of the inuits) my grandsons are also bilingual English and Inuktituk and some French.

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  • An Evans founded it and his grandsons are the current owners. '

    A Taste for Burning

  • Even when it became apparent that her grandsons were the killers, she maintained that they had somehow been duped into the crime by the Mafia.

    Menendez Justice

  • His grandsons were the Duke of Chartres and the Prince de Joinville, direct heirs of Louis XVI of France; another grandson of his was the Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • His grandsons were the Duke of Chartres and the Prince de Joinville, direct heirs of Louis XVI of France; another grandson of his was the Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • His grandsons were the Duke of Chartres and the Prince de Joinville, direct heirs of Louis XVI of France; another grandson of his was the Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • One of the first recognizable business signs for my grandsons was the Golden Arches.

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