an elderly woman.
a fussy person.
Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S.
a nurse or midwife.
of, pertaining to, or thought to be like a grandmother or an elderly or old-fashioned woman:
granny notions about what's proper.
(of clothing for women or girls) being loose-fitted and having such features as high necklines, puff sleeves, long skirts, and ruffles and lace trimmings:
a granny blouse; a granny nightgown.
informal words for
an irritatingly fussy person
a revolving cap on a chimneypot that keeps out rain, etc
) a midwife or nurse
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She gave the impression that somehow she had been born a granny.
But granny typically plays from home, where portability isn't really a concern.
It all looks as though your favorite granny took a design degree, but the end result is stimulating and surprisingly warm.
Wittingly or not, they're looking at a studio model as old as that granny: create a brand that offers something for everyone.
Granny has once again enough money to pay the tax from a garage sale.
This granny pottery is is similar to pottery found in the southeast of england.