stepgrandfather love



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


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From step- +‎ grandfather.


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  • It occurs to me, by the way, that languages can be divided into those that have convenient prefixes like English step-, German Stief-, and French beau- with which new forms like "stepgrandfather" can be constructed and those that don't. STEPGRANDFATHER.

  • There are a few hundred Google hits for "stepgrandfather"; my favorite is from this Arkansan parody of Midnight's Children:On the wedding day my stepgrandfather Oxford Davis gave my stepfather a wad of chewing tobacco, a baseball bat autographed by members of the Arkansas Reds, a pair of jumper cables, a thirty-dollar Bible, an album entitled Johnny Cash: The Cheatin' Songs a native son of Kingsland, 50 miles to the south, whom my stepgrandfather worked alongside with in the fields as a young man and never tired of endlessly repeating his stories about him and Johnny in their younger days, most of which started with: "I tell you, one night me and Johnny got so drunk..." STEPGRANDFATHER.

  • Butler's stepgrandfather, Robert Uribe, said the news still seemed unreal to him Wednesday evening and didn't seem to fit with the polite teen he knew.

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  • My WV stepgrandfather once told me that all the atheists should just get in a boat (just one?) and sail to some other country because america is a christian nation.

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  • My stepgrandfather was awarded medals from King George VI.

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  • If my stepgrandfather was still alive and saw the state of today's current British Royal Family, he'd definitley have an aneurysm.

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  • Back in Midland, "he didn't fit in, he never got around to knowing people," says B.J. Carr, Green's former stepgrandfather.

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  • (The teenager was living with her stepgrandfather at the time and had lots of freedom.)

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  • My late stepgrandfather moved here to the United States from England when he was forty years old.

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  • It was funny how much Simon resembled his stepgrandfather.

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