Definition of Grandads

1. Noun. (misspelling of granddads) ¹



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Definition of Grandads

1. grandad [n] - See also: grandad

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grandads

grand salami
grand slam
grand slams
grand staff
grand staves
grand theft
grand theft auto
grand theory
grand total
grand tour
grand unification theory
granda
grandad
grandaddies
grandaddy
grandads (current term)
grandam
grandame
grandames
grandams
grandas
grandaughter
grandaughters
grandaunt
grandaunts
grandbabe
grandbabes
grandbabies
grandbaby
grandbairn

Literary usage of Grandads

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1. The Bookman (1898)
"... an old notion of our grandads that we could bar the passes." " So we can, sir, so we can !" said the Marquis, nervously picking at his buttons with his ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1877)
"... as had given me her word spliced to another man ; and so it happened that I stayed a bachelor till after the age when many finds themselves grandads. ..."

3. A Mountain Europa: A Cumberland Vendetta; The Last Stetson by John Fox (1909)
"... as our grandads have done afore us." Lewallen and Stetson were man to man at last. Suspicion was gone now, and a short, brutal laugh came from the cliff ..."

4. John Splendid: The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn by Neil Munro (1898)
"It's an old notion of our grandads that we could bar the passes." " So we can, sir, so we can !" said the Marquis, nervously picking at his buttons with his ..."

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