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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ And finally Don't forget granddad - remember he's a father too!
▪ My granddad, who smoked like a chimney and lived to 97, was lucky enough never to encounter a promoter.
▪ Now I am a happy dad and granddad.
▪ Some early skinheads went awry & wore tie-dyed granddad vests.

alt. grandfather n. grandfather


n. the father of your father or mother [syn: grandfather, gramps, grandad, granddaddy, grandpa]

Granddad (1913 film)

Granddad is a 1913 American film directed by Thomas H. Ince.

Usage examples of "granddad".

After the Moors surrendered, the king had a ceremonial banquet in the palace and made this very distant granddad of mine Duke of Cabeza de Baca.

Tell 'em I died decent, too, will you--died like paw was always a-tellin' me my granddad died, fightin' Injuns 'round Fort Dodge somewheres.

Some of the things his granddads said they’d called the officers over them would curl your hair.

We come across some fine old Americans in the avenues of Wellport, keglike granddads and strapping sea dogs, who are "marvelous.

Right now, I'm on my way to see the shrivelled old granddad frozen in the ice up top.

Going to his plane at the airport Doc secured a metal case about the size of an old-fashioned telescope bag such as granddad used to carry.