Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of step-uncle.

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Examples

  • In the Acknowledgments, McBride says that the book began when he was a boy listening to his stepfather and step-uncles tell stories about the war.

    Miracle At St. Anna by James McBride: Questions

  • Marmaduke thought he would like to do something to those step-uncles and aunts who treated the Toyman so badly.

    Seven O'Clock Stories

  • The 34-year-old mother of two grew up thinking she had a very small family, with just one uncle and two step-uncles in addition to her immediate family.

    J. Weekly

  • The 34-year-old mother of two grew up thinking she had a very small family, with just one uncle and two step-uncles in addition to her immediate family.

    J. Weekly

  • They’ll grow up to love stepmom and stepdad and all the stepsisters and stepbrothers, and step-aunts and step-uncles, and step-grandparents —

    The Payback Club

  • I had a step-mother, too, and she and all the step-uncles and aunts scolded and scolded, and whipped me besides, because _I_ wanted to go to sea on a great big ship. "

    Seven O'Clock Stories

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