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great-grandsons

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  • noun Plural form of great-grandson.

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Examples

  • They’ve built onto the original house over the years, and the last time I was there, they were building a new place for one of the sons—one of Granny Frick’s great-grandsons, that is—who’d just gotten married.

    Voices Carry

  • They start dynasties that persist to this day … but their grandsons and great-grandsons are notably whiter than they were, since the men of the family have been exploiting their social ascendancy to marry white women.

    The Love Life Of Hugo Chavez

  • In one of the first and best examples of investigative journalism as literature, two grandsons of John Quincy Adams and great-grandsons of John Adams sought to explain where America had gone wrong since the days when the country elected Adamses president rather than consigning them to the status of mere observers.

    Scandals in Truth Or Just in Print

  • Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Betty Jo Carpenter Dickson of Springfield; two children from his first marriage, Susan M. Tweedell of Riverside, Calif., and David K. Dickson of Grass Valley, Calif.; two granddaughters; and two great-grandsons.

    W. Kent Dickson, Air Force Officer

  • Survivors include four children, Brian McCarthy of Waterbury, Vt., Donna Lord and Christine Conti, both of Barre, Vt., and Candace Buchholz of Frederick; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandsons.

    Charles H. McCarthy Jr., Washington Post manager

  • Genghis 'sons, grandsons, and great-grandsons were privileged by his power and wealth.

    Will the Duggars Inherit the Earth? - Boing Boing

  • I wished so much that she could have been there to meet her two great-grandsons and know how happy I was with my “John Boy.”

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers

  • They start dynasties that persist to this day … but their grandsons and great-grandsons are notably whiter than they were, since the men of the family have been exploiting their social ascendancy to marry white women.

    Allan Wall Interview on Breitbart TV´s B-Cast, 5:15 p.m. Eastern Time, April 30th

  • I wished so much that she could have been there to meet her two great-grandsons and know how happy I was with my “John Boy.”

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers

  • They start dynasties that persist to this day … but their grandsons and great-grandsons are notably whiter than they were, since the men of the family have been exploiting their social ascendancy to marry white women.

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