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great-great-grandchild

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  • noun A child of a great-grandchild. A grandchild of a grandchild.

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Examples

  • The legacies are the most obnoxious in this regard, the ones who seem to think they've done something brilliant by being born the child, grandchild, or great-great-grandchild of someone who actually worked for the money they're now throwing around.

    Lance Mannion:

  • The legacies are the most obnoxious in this regard, the ones who seem to think they've done something brilliant by being born the child, grandchild, or great-great-grandchild of someone who actually worked for the money they're now throwing around.

    The rich are different from you and me...

  • Philip is a great-great-grandchild of Queen Victoria.

    Prince Philip Taken To Hospital With Chest Pains

  • Oct. 10, Detwiler saw her second great-great-grandchild, Domanik Cole, enter the world.

    Minnie Meets the Kids

  • Oct. 10, Detwiler saw her second great-great-grandchild, Domanik Cole, enter the world.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • The 85-year-old Detwiler, who turns 86 Tuesday, watched as her first great-great-grandchild, Abbygale Gisclair, arrived at 3:30 a.m.

    Minnie Meets the Kids

  • The 85-year-old Detwiler, who turns 86 Tuesday, watched as her first great-great-grandchild, Abbygale Gisclair, arrived at 3:30 a.m.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Angela Marie—daughter to Dominique, grandchild to Marie, great-great-grandchild to Fleurette—was the last of the line.

    The Good House

  • Then one by one all the children came to greet him and receive his blessing, with quite a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and last but not least the little great-great-grandchild.

    Pictures of Jewish Home-Life Fifty Years Ago

  • He has been the father of nine children, and has had thirty grandchildren, thirty-three great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.

    The Bay State Monthly — Volume 1, No. 1, January, 1884

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