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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n. an old-fashioned person; an out-of-date person.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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According to my English Dictionary, and the spell check on my computer, the word still is granddad.
It is open to boys aged seven to 14 and their male relatives - from dads and granddads to uncles and older brothers.
Sporty granddads such as Ian Botham are full of energy and never afraid to join in.
Death to Grumpy Granddads, 1973, by the London-based group known as Bernsteins, went still further in eroding the distinction between the subject and object of the work; at the end of Bernsteins' hour-long laughing marathon, many viewers' jaws were aching--a refreshing change from the conventional durational formula based on watching someone else have a really bad time.
We want to share the planetarium with moms and dads and grandmas and granddads,'' planetarium director John Shobbrook said.
And on September 26, millions of people will show their thanks to their grannies and granddads on Grandparents Day.