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great-great-granddaughters

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  • n. Plural form of great-great-granddaughter.

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Examples

  • He's a serial sugar daddy who seems to have his identity wrapped around being attractive to women young enough to be his great-great-granddaughters.

    Marc Middleton: Growing Bolder: Hef is No Longer Smashing Stereotypes -- He's Become One

  • Here had come the famed Virginia and Maryland beauties of an ancient day, and here still came their great-great-granddaughters to create envy among the flowers that steal from the earth to bloom in this valley of delight.

    The Rose in the Ring

  • Some of the beautiful old gowns wrought in that day are still to be seen in colonial exhibitions, and are even occasionally worn by great-great-granddaughters at important mimic colonial functions.

    The Development of Embroidery in America

  • Julian of Kent City, Mich., and Jane Duiser of Frankfort; two sons, Robert J. (Jeanie) Wilkin of Rossville and Philip W. (Marta) Wilkin of Pittsburgh, Pa.; eight grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; two step-great-grandchildren; and two great-great-granddaughters.

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  • Another one of King's great-great-granddaughters, Coralie Starr King-Key, said that at the beginning of the controversy, she and friends wrote letters requesting that the statue stay in the nation's capitol.

    KCRA.com - Local News

  • During Tuesday's meeting, the board presented a resolution to several members of Disque's family, including his great-granddaughter, Joyce Agricola Parker, and two great-great-granddaughters, Clair Agricola Parker and Linda Parker.

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