She is a grandniece of mine; her father died some years ago, her mother three years since, and naturally she came to me.
Mother said you were up on the Bay then at your grandniece's—pretty girl.
Being the Dean's grandniece, she considered herself unconsciously a privileged person.
The chest A. was not to be opened until the eldest son of his grandniece, Lady Laura, should attain the age of twenty-five.
My grandniece had to give up her job so she could stay home and take care of me.
Aunt Henderson wondered greatly what sudden whim or inward purpose had brought her grandniece hither.
And the girl young Kerrigan's going to marry really is a grandniece of the General's.
He turned his back upon his grandniece sharply and went out of the door.
How dare Pros Passmore's grandniece carry a bright head so high, and flash such glances of liquid fire at her questioner?
"She's the only grandniece we can possibly get on such short notice," said Dr. O'Grady.