Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of stepfamily.

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Examples

  • Children in stepfamilies were the most likely to report that they wanted more time with their mothers.

    Dan Quayle Was Right

  • A 1991 survey by the National Commission on Children showed that the parents in stepfamilies were less likely to be involved in a child's school life, including involvement in extracurricular activities, than either intact-family parents or single parents.

    Dan Quayle Was Right

  • Children in stepfamilies were the most likely to report that they wanted more time with their mothers.

    Dan Quayle Was Right

  • Similarly, studies suggest that even though they may have the time, the parents in stepfamilies do not invest as much of it in their children as the parents in intact families or even single parents do.

    Dan Quayle Was Right

  • A 1991 survey by the National Commission on Children showed that the parents in stepfamilies were less likely to be involved in a child's school life, including involvement in extracurricular activities, than either intact-family parents or single parents.

    Dan Quayle Was Right

  • Similarly, studies suggest that even though they may have the time, the parents in stepfamilies do not invest as much of it in their children as the parents in intact families or even single parents do.

    Dan Quayle Was Right

  • A 1991 survey by the National Commission on Children showed that the parents in stepfamilies were less likely to be involved in a child's school life, including involvement in extracurricular activities, than either intact-family parents or single parents.

    Dan Quayle Was Right

  • Children in stepfamilies were the most likely to report that they wanted more time with their mothers.

    Dan Quayle Was Right

  • Similarly, studies suggest that even though they may have the time, the parents in stepfamilies do not invest as much of it in their children as the parents in intact families or even single parents do.

    Dan Quayle Was Right

  • A 1991 survey by the National Commission on Children showed that the parents in stepfamilies were less likely to be involved in a child's school life, including involvement in extracurricular activities, than either intact-family parents or single parents.

    Dan Quayle Was Right

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