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granddad

n. an old-fashioned person; an out-of-date person. Don’t be such a granddad. Live a little.
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She knows that she is unwell too, just like granddad, but when they are together she seems stronger and happier.
Unhappily Granddad had been struck down by multiple sclerosis when he was in his 40s and quickly lost the use of his legs and his right arm, so that he could only get about in a wheelchair pushed by someone else.
Declan's granddad Jim King, 78, said that Declan - who was also in boyband Point Break during the early 2000s - had shown talent from an early age.
You could also try saying: "I'm really disappointed after everything we've been through with granddad dying.
I live in Bradford but Huddersfield is where they should be because my granddad loved Huddersfield.
When I was young, granddad would meet me at the school gates and take me to Gorseinon Rugby Club to practise kicking.
My granddad lived there and my dad grew up there with his two brothers and sisters, and I grew up in Holdsworth Street, off Kensington Street, and loved going to see my grandma and granddad on Sundays.
In a statement released by police, she said: "He was a lovely dad and granddad who will be missed so very much.
THE bad news for Robbie is that a judge finds him guilty of killing his granddad.
Now his proud granddad John, 70, has nominated Jamie for a Young Scot award.
snaps a photo of three of his daughters in front of the Saugus train station, now a museum, where their maternal granddad, James ``Bob'' Guthrie, was the last agent.
Amazingly, little Abie will attempt to pass the junior Brown Belt of her development this afternoon, keeping a step ahead of granddad.
Granddad has suffered a severe heart attack, and Charlie is deeply concerned about him.
I sang the Welsh national anthem as loudly as I could before the kick-off against Bulgaria and I knew that Granddad would be watching and feeling extremely proud.