noun, plural gran·nies.
adjective, gran·ni·er, gran·ni·est for 6.
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Example sentences from the Web for granny
Only grannie, who was very much of an invalid, and whom in consequence they did not often visit, kept to Guy and Doris.Two Little Travellers|Frances Browne Arthur
I suppose you couldn't for once—just once, Grannie, dear—spare us both together?
"Grannie bathed her, and she's like a lil angel in the cot there," said Nancy.
It was a' my grannie's doin', God bless her—for weel he may, an' muckle she needs 't.'Robert Falconer|George MacDonald
"Scripture has nothing to do with Ross Christian, father," said Grannie.