step-daughter

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step-daughter

A female child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My step-daughter comes to visit her father and me every other weekend.
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While this little skirmish was proceeding Lady Lundie and her step-daughter had organized the game; and the company, players and spectators, were beginning to move toward the lawn.
Montpensier from the charge of murder which hung over her in connection with the death of her step-daughter, Mlle.
You'd like to do something for her, now she's your step-daughter."
I am not her blood relation, you know--I am merely the General's step-daughter. Yet I am certain that the old lady has remembered me in her will."
Grimesby Roylott's chamber was larger than that of his step-daughter, but was as plainly furnished.
SARGODHA: A man killed his wife, two step-daughters and injured two others over domestic disputes and escaped the scene here on Thursday, police said.
Murphy and his wife, Carole, of Falmouth; son-in-law, Charles Boukalis of Worcester; grandsons, Ryan and Brendan Murphy; step-daughters, Rebecca Graves, Susan Jackson and Shirley Senteney of Arkansas; and daughter-in-law, Gail Jewel of Virginia.She was predeceased by daughter, Elaine Boukalis, co-owner of Corner Lunch Diner in Worcester and Richard V.
The 58-year-old voyeur, from Newtownabbey, Co Antrim, admitted two counts of recording both his step-daughters carrying out private acts without their consent, for the purpose of sexual gratification.
LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court Complaint Cell Thursday took notice of an acid attack by a man on his two step-daughters.
A SEX monster jetted off to the sun at least TWICE while awaiting being jailed for raping his two step-daughters.
Mr Harris is survived by his wife Roleen and step-daughters Hope and Mel in America, and daughters Jane and Ann in Australia.
Wilson was outside at the time Mr Lambert's step-daughters arrived at the pub.
Peter Bartley agreed to stay at home to look after his step-daughters while his wife Karen went out to work at the North Wales Police control room in Wrexham.
Knight and his wife, Kathy, of Auburn; step-son, Paul Burgess of California; three step-daughters, Betty Anne Hart of Lancaster, Lorraine Bailey and Susan Landon, both of California; and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews; and extended family in Canada.