granny : Definition, Usages, News and More

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gra nee

  • n  the mother of your father or mother
  • n  an old woman
  • n  a reef knot crossed the wrong way and therefore insecure

  • My Japanese granny didn't want to go to the doctor.
  • Wittingly or not, they're looking at a studio model as old as that granny: create a brand that offers something for everyone.
  • A home version, tentatively planned for the future, might keep an eye on grannyor the nanny.
News & Articles


  • Patrick Willis in Forbes
    My Granny, when I was a little boy, named me Boss, and my uncle too,Willis said. "Then all of a sudden I got to college, and I heard everything from Blade, with Wesley Snipes, to Tyrese, to P. Willy. ...... Whatever they want to call me,...
  • Barack Obama in New York Times (blog)
    They also know what won't happen,Mr. Obama said. "They know that after this legislation passes and after I sign this bill, lo and behold, nobody is pulling the plug on Granny."

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