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grannyish

/ (ˈɡranɪjɪʃ) /
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adjective
typical of or suitable for an elderly woman; old-fashioned
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How to use grannyish in a sentence

  • There was no one the least "grannyish" or cosy-looking on the platform.

    Queensland Cousins|Eleanor Luisa Haverfield
  • It is absurdly old-grannyish, and is malevolent in its pretended conservatism and impartiality.

    Saunterings|Charles Dudley Warner
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