stepbrother

[ step-bruhth-er ]
/ ˈstɛpˌbrʌð ər /

noun

one's stepfather's son or stepmother's son by a previous marriage.

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Origin of stepbrother

late Middle English word dating back to 1400–50; see origin at step-, brother
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British Dictionary definitions for stepbrother

stepbrother
/ (ˈstɛpˌbrʌðə) /

noun

a son of one's stepmother or stepfather by a union with someone other than one's father or mother respectively
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