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  • noun rare The sister of one's stepfather or stepmother.
  • noun rare The stepsister of one's father or mother.


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step- +‎ aunt


  • That is, it was provided at no cost to the Maxons by the parents of the groom, Regina and Milo Minderbinder, to express their love for their new daughter-in-law, their undying friendship for her stepuncle and stepaunt, Christopher and Olivia Maxon, and their deep gratitude to every single person present who had taken the trouble to come.

    Closing Time

  • "I'm sure a girl who looks as much like you as I do must be at least as much relation as a stepaunt."

    Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906

  • There were people who believed that he had run away again, this time never to return; among those who held to this opinion being Mrs. Louden and her sister, Joe's stepaunt.

    The Conquest of Canaan

  • He’d have time to spend with Quentin’s mother, and he’d get to know his stepgrandfather and his stepaunt.

    A Different Light


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