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  • n. Plural form of mamma. (mother)


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  • And if you do decide to go back to making them at some point I would love to tell all the mammas I teach …. .all 60 of them!

    » Who Wants a Diaper Bag?

  • He launched his current enterprise a decade ago, after a handful of mammas asked him to help them make a gastronomic connection to their faraway kids.

    Italian Mammas Put Meals on Wheels, Say 'Mangia!' to Faraway Offspring

  • Like thousands of other mammas across the southern Italian region of Calabria, she relies on Domenico Martino, a 39-year-old truck driver who has made a career of ferrying lasagnas, raviolis and other traditional dishes over long distances.

    Italian Mammas Put Meals on Wheels, Say 'Mangia!' to Faraway Offspring

  • He was a society man, a club man, a yachtsman, a bachelor, and withal as handsome a man as was ever doted upon by mammas with marriageable daughters.

    Good-bye, Jack

  • He had been everywhere, seen everything, and done everything but get married, and this last in the face of the grim and determined attack of a few hundred ambitious mammas.


  • There were more singers and musicians and artist folk, and bevies of young girls with their inevitable followings of young men, while mammas and aunts and chaperons seemed to clutter all the ways of the Big House and to fill


  • We mammas are the bravest most battle hardened souls.

    Blood And Tears | Her Bad Mother

  • We got double trouble: crack mammas and ornery teenage crack babies.

    Stealing Candy

  • Running around, wreaking more havoc than they drug-addicted mammas.

    Stealing Candy

  • There are four magnificent bucks, ten or twelve spikes, and numerous mammas and brats . . .

    Empire of Dreams


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