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great-great-grandsons

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  • noun Plural form of great-great-grandson.

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Examples

  • One of his great-great-grandsons, Sewashi, travels back in time to give Nobita Doraemon.

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  • One of his great-great-grandsons, Sewashi, travels back in time to give Nobita Doraemon.

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  • One of his great-great-grandsons, Sewashi, travels back in time to give Nobita Doraemon.

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  • Historically, Daumier makes the word seminal an understatement; his great-great-grandsons embellish our daily op-ed pages, and the Daumier estate still holds the patent on Jules Feiffer. '

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  • (Moses would gain two more great-great-grandsons in years to come, the youngest of whom was my grandfather.)

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  • That the people remained ignorant, yes, this is what they wanted, because it was the only way, the only way to continue that exploitations from the great-great-grandfathers to the great-great-grandsons and thus, in all honesty, could the people have accepted all this, if they had been aware of the abuses being perpetuated against them?

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  • I have heard of a pailou in Kwangtung province in honour of a woman marked out among women for her years, her goodness, and above all for her many descendants, who numbered six sons, forty grandsons, one hundred and twenty-one great-grandsons and two great-great-grandsons.

    A Wayfarer in China Impressions of a trip across West China and Mongolia

  • Some day, mayhap, I shall gather my great-great-grandsons round my knee, and tell them -- as one tells tales of Faery -- that I can remember the time when Work was considered the be-all and the end-all of a school career.

    Tales of St. Austin's

  • His sons, great-grandsons, and great-great-grandsons continued for one hundred and fifty years to be obliged to swear allegiance to the French kings in order to keep the duchy of Normandy.

    The World War and What was Behind It Or, the Story of the Map of Europe

  • And his sons and his grandsons and his great-grandsons and his great-great-grandsons, they too were dust and ashes, and were scattered likewise.

    Tales of Space and Time

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