noun, plural grand·chil·dren.
Words nearby grandchild
Examples from the Web for grandchild
Then she sits her grandchild on her knee, to show him how his father would trade the family in.
Likewise, a man is legally pardoned from killing his child or grandchild, but a woman is not.
A “Happy Thanksgiving” note with Mitt and a grandchild and a sled.
This baby will be the first child for Mike and Zara and the third grandchild for The Princess Royal.
“They should go to Bangladesh, where they came from, or they should be killed,” she adds, as her grandchild sits beside her.Burma’s Rohingya Muslims Targeted by Buddhist Mob Violence|Brendan Brady|June 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I have; and that was some proof to me that the child was really my grandchild.Lost Lenore|Charles Beach
But I should be so much easier, doctor, if you never left my grandchild's side.The Poor Plutocrats|Maurus Jkai
The grandchild of the great Bruce must not be given away to every adventurer without her own approval.The Three Perils of Man, Vol. 1 (of 3)|James Hogg
Point to the north, my grandchild, and tell me who live in the land of ice and snow.Two Indian Children of Long Ago|Frances Taylor
She is the Princess Isobel of Waldenburg, a king's grandchild.The Master Mummer|E. Phillips Oppenheim