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- noun Plural form of
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Possibly, two very elderly maiden step-aunts are discouraging to the homing instinct; the fact remained that as long as the youngest Miss Fitzroy possessed the where-withal to tip a housemaid she was but rarely seen within the decorous precincts of Craffroe Lodge.
All on the Irish Shore Irish Sketches Martin Ross 1903
Irreproachable actresses reserve the comic-landlady part for their mothers on Broadway and their step-aunts on the road.
Strictly business: more stories of the four million O. Henry 1886
Parent Dish -- one of TV Squad's ... cousins? step-aunts?
TV Squad 2009
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 Becnel, Rexanne 2006
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