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granddad

[gran-dad] /ˈgrænˌdæd/
noun, Informal.
Origin
1810-1820
1810-20; grand- + dad1
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Examples from the web for granddad
  • Inside were her granddad's medals and dog tags along with a letter.
  • We dug up great-granddad, had him stuffed, and put him on display.
  • Before my granddad died he told me about heaven and why it existed.
  • granddad kept him busy all summer, although at times it was almost busy work.
  • Pretty certain that my granddad was writing letters on that when he was half my age way back when.
  • During the day the befuddled granddad learns all about modern amoral lifestyles.
British Dictionary definitions for granddad

grandad

/ˈɡrænˌdæd/
noun (pl) -dads, -daddies
1.
informal words for grandfather
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