one's parents, step-parents, siblings, spouse, children, step-children, foster children, in-laws, sibling in-laws, grandparents, great grandparents, step-great grandparents, grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews
means 'distant place'
Both his immediate family and most of those whom he advised or helped managed to survive.
But the rest of the immediate family may not know, like parents or grandparents.
Another 11% report a job loss by a member of their immediate family.
He arranged false identities not only for his immediate family but also for a larger circle.
Matthew and his immediate family donated $36,598 to Romney, and employees of his company, Simmons & Co.
Then suppose we leave it to Lu and Gracie to say what shall be done, so far as our immediate family is concerned.
He, as well as his immediate family, had been made prisoners.
Until 1861 the Queen had never known bereavement in the circle of her own immediate family.
The immediate family business was the education of our children.
No member of the immediate family of the deceased will leave the house between the time of the death and the funeral.