a granddaughter of one's son or daughter.
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How to use great-granddaughter in a sentence
Kate Blackwell is long gone, but her great-granddaughter, Lexi Templeton, follows closely in her footsteps.
A great-granddaughter of Fragonard, she seems to have inherited his talent; Corot and Renoir forcibly appealed to her.Women in the fine arts, from the Seventh Century B.C. to the Twentieth Century A.D. | Clara Erskine Clement
O, great-granddaughter of Al Adha—sacred camel of the Prophet—why hast thou done this?By Advice of Counsel | Arthur Train
It descended to Gen. Lee from his mother, who was the great-granddaughter of Washington's wife.
He was of Scotch descent, which accounted for a certain latent taste in his great-granddaughter, Mona Hutton.Rockhaven | Charles Munn
Thus direct descendants of the maker of Abbotsford still reign there in the person of his great-granddaughter and her children.Abbotsford | Anonymous