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Definition of Grampa
1. a grandfather [n -S]
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Literary usage of Grampa
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Young Woman's Journal (1908)
"grampa would wish it if .he were here." Thank you mum, I'd be pleased ter," he replied, ... It had been years since grampa had enjoyed so many good things. ..."
2. With Wolfe in Canada: Or, The Winning of a Continent by George Alfred Henty (1922)
"But I am getting on very fast, grampa, and the lady says I am a good girl. ... "And I go walks with Jim, grampa, and Jim has made me a boat, ..."
3. Gideon's Band: A Tale of the Mississippi by George Washington Cable (1914)
"But yo' grampa he outlive' yo' gramma nigh twen'y-five yeah'. ... Afo' yo' grampa die' —well, I'll stop tell you quits de giggles. ..."
4. Highways and Byways of New England: Including the States of Massachusetts by Clifton Johnson (1915)
"grampa was on horseback—they didn't go in wagons much then—and the man was ... They told grampa, who was a Justice of the Peace, that they was goin' to his ..."