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granddad

slang Someone who acts in an outdated and uncool manner. Oh, he's a real granddad. He'll never go to a club with us.

granddad

n. an old-fashioned person; an out-of-date person. Don’t be such a granddad. Live a little.
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"My granddad has been a big influence in getting me into rugby and where I am today.
STAR: 'I knew granddad would be watching' ON THE BALL: A young Vinnie
She later shared a second tweet, writing: "No matter how many times I watch the video of my granddad opening the door, it brings a tear to my eye.
My Granddad Perry knew little about his background, but what we did know was that his father had married three times.
If you are worried about things being awkward on the day, then why not ask if you can invite your nan and granddad or maybe other relatives too.
You may have heard of Mona Lisa; Venus de Milo, Helen of Troy, But none compare with Emily; She''s her granddad''s pride and joy.
John said that he would just have to catch up on BBC and his granddad would have been really pleased that Andy won in three sets, adding that it was a silly record about a British male not winning Wimbledon for 77 years.
Cameron Lauwers, 11, year six "I'd write about my granddad because in the war he had to run around places and dive into caves to get away from the bombs" Megan Hector, 10, year six "I'm not sure what I'd write about but I would like to interview N-Dubz - my favourite is Tulisa" Emily Collighan, nine, year five "I think it would be a good story to write about Pat Collighan, my granddad.
On Christmas Eve my sister, brother and I were packed off to bed early so that dad and granddad could go to their social club and leave mother and gran to prepare the Christmas dinner.
Helena Earnshaw Missing Nancy by Carolyn Lewis (Accent Press) Told through the voices of the four main characters - young teen Jon, his mum Nina, his dad Chris, and granddad Frank.
Gorgeous Maia Osbourne spent last week with her bat-eating granddad at his UK home.
They rush to organise everything in three days and proud granddad Alf gives her away.
A TEENAGER disowned by his granddad broke into his house and stole pounds 1,000.
Sisters Georgina, 11, and Eleanor, 10, preceded a reading by their mother, Sally Hayward, and recounted how their granddad might have been good at business 'but could not work the remote control to get Sky Sports on TV'.