grandniece grandniece


  • (n) a daughter of your niece or nephew


  1. Undeniably the grandniece of Immanuel Kant, Miss Germany nonetheless was officially rebuffed by Ambassador von Hoesch.
  2. Mortara is the great-grandniece of Edgardo Mortara, who was taken from his Jewish parents at age six in 1858 by the papal police and raised--in part by Pius himself--as a Catholic.
  3. Aunt Alicia also decides which rich young Parisian shall launch her grandniece.


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    Bob Meistrell, nephew Billy, grandnephew Daly and grandniece Jenna awoke at 4:30 a.m. Father’s Day morning aboard Meistrell’s 70-foot, twin diesel boat Disappearance.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Easy Reader

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propriety propriety
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