Definition of Stepmothers

1. Noun. (plural of stepmother) ¹



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Definition of Stepmothers

1. stepmother [n] - See also: stepmother

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stepmothers

stepkids
stepladder
stepladders
steple
steples
steplike
stepmama
stepmamas
stepmamma
stepmammas
stepmom
stepmoms
stepmother
stepmotherhood
stepmotherly
stepmothers (current term)
stepnephew
stepnephews
stepney
stepneys
stepniece
stepnieces
stepover
stepovers
stepparent
stepparenthood
stepparenting
stepparentings
stepparents
steppe

Literary usage of Stepmothers

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1. The Mountaineer by Conrad Speece (1823)
"stepmothers Defended. FROM'OUr earliest years we are taught to shudder at the idea of a stepmother. As if a stepmother must necessarily be a monster of ..."

2. John Bull and His Island by Max O'Rell (1884)
"Mammas—Delightful Papas—stepmothers—Difference between a Misfortune and an Accident—How to get rid of a Mother-in-law—Carrying off Simulated—An ..."

3. Her Royal Highness Woman and His Majesty by Max O'Rell (1901)
"... more than once—stepmothers. IN some countries of the Far East the question has been settled, so far as women are concerned: they burn their widows. ..."

4. Ireland's Welcome to the Stranger: Or An Excursion Through Ireland, in 1844 by Asenath Nicholson (1847)
"... to Bianconi—Strong National Peculiarities of the Irish—Unpopularity of stepmothers—St. Patrick's Well—A Poor Old Woman—A Baptist Minister—Happy Molly. ..."

5. The Mother Book by Margaret Elizabeth Munson Sangster (1912)
"XXXI stepmothers AND MOTHERS BY ADOPTION N LIFE and letters alike, hard measure has been administered to the stepmother. The old fairy tales describe her as ..."

6. Outlines of an History of the Hindu Law of Partition, Inheritance, and by Julius Jolly (1885)
"wish — snares ni collaterals— females entitled to a share— t lie mother — stepmothers and paternal grandmothers — The daughter — Charges on the estate ..."

7. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1890)
"Oh, you need n't talk to me about stepmothers; they interfere between the ... What do we know really about stepmothers ? " " We know what everybody has ..."

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