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great-grandmothers

Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of great-grandmother.

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Examples

  • One of my great-grandmothers lost THREE CHILDREN IN A WEEK to a measles outbreak.

    Dead Bugs To The Rescue!

  • I adore hats and am known for wearing them, yet I was still surprised to learn that one of my great-grandmothers was a hatmaker.

    Wild Feminine

  • I love the books full of recipes from real women, real mothers, grandmothers, and great-grandmothers who've been doing their thing for YEARS!

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  • I loved the way she said “we,” as if I were her classmate, but I had to stifle a bit of laughter as I informed her that neither of her great-grandmothers knew how to boil water.

    The Bird House

  • I love the books full of recipes from real women, real mothers, grandmothers, and great-grandmothers who've been doing their thing for YEARS!

    I Heart Old-Fashioned Baking!

  • I was totally apprehensive but I wanted him to meet his two great-grandmothers and a host of other relatives.

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  • Your great-grandmothers might have gotten their heads bashed in so you could vote!

    Beth Arnold: Letter From Paris: Shame on Anyone Who Doesn't Vote!

  • For instance, when families come together to make tamales, they can talk about how the tamalada process has evolved since their great-grandmothers ground the corn to make the masa and they chopped the meat for the tamales by hand or using a hand grinder.

    Rebecca Palacios: Oral Language Experiences for Young Learners

  • One of my great-grandmothers had picture-perfect pregnancies that ended in stillbirth in all but one case – my grandfather.

    A Good Birth | Her Bad Mother

  • I loved the way she said “we,” as if I were her classmate, but I had to stifle a bit of laughter as I informed her that neither of her great-grandmothers knew how to boil water.

    The Bird House

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