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  • noun The daughter of someone's stepbrother or stepsister.

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Examples

  • I bought two tickets, a senior citizen one for me and a child's for my 10-year old step-niece, Stella, to Pixar's Toy Story 3 the same week that the Barnes & Noble board announced that it was considering putting the giant book retailer up for sale, and it got me to thinking about why young people need books any more in the age of the internet and Pixar.

    Charles Warner: Steve Jobs and Barnes & Noble

  • I bought two tickets, a senior citizen one for me and a child's for my 10-year old step-niece, Stella, to Pixar's Toy Story 3 the same week that the Barnes & Noble board announced that it was considering putting the giant book retailer up for sale, and it got me to thinking about why young people need books any more in the age of the internet and Pixar.

    Charles Warner: Steve Jobs and Barnes & Noble

  • My step-niece is having a baby, and the shower is on 8/1.

    July 2004

  • My step-niece is having a baby, and the shower is on 8/1.

    Awww...

  • Isabel's father's brother married my uncle -- no, I would say my step-niece.

    Tiverton Tales

  • Isabel's father's brother married my uncle -- no, I would say my step-niece.

    Tiverton Tales

  • Another member of the household was Barbara Ross, a step-niece.

    Options

  • [284] She was Catherine Barton, Newton's step-niece.

    A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume I (of II)

  • Ky.; step-niece, Lynn Whitehurst of Waverly; several nieces, nephew, relatives and friends.

    Tennessean.com - Robertson County Times

  • She needs to be asked why she has nothing to do with her step-niece.

    The Common Ills

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