Definition of Stepbrothers

1. Noun. (plural of stepbrother) ¹



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Definition of Stepbrothers

1. stepbrother [n] - See also: stepbrother

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stepbrothers

step out
step over
step overs
step stool
step stools
step to the fore
step up
step up to the plate
stepanovite
stepaunt
stepaunts
stepbairn
stepbro
stepbros
stepbrother
stepbrothers (current term)
stepchart
stepchild
stepchildhood
stepchildren
stepcousin
stepcousins
stepdad
stepdads
stepdame
stepdames
stepdance
stepdancer
stepdaughter
stepdaughters

Literary usage of Stepbrothers

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1. Outlines of an History of the Hindu Law of Partition, Inheritance, and by Julius Jolly (1885)
"Whether stepbrothers have any claim to the inheritance according to the leading Smriti-text, depends entirely on the question as to which is the best of the ..."

2. Outlines of an History of the Hindu Law of Partition, Inheritance, and by Julius Jolly (1885)
"Whether stepbrothers have any claim to the inheritance according to the leading Smriti-text, depends entirely on the question as to which is the best of the ..."

3. An Analytical Dictionary of the English Language, in which the Words are by David Booth (1836)
"Children, who have only one common parent, are stepbrothers and STEPSISTERS to each other. They are said to be HALFBLOOD, and are also termed HALF- BROTHERS ..."

4. Aischylou Iketides =: The "Supplices" of Aeschylus by Aeschylus, Thomas George Tucker (1889)
"... are eminently appropriate to the hostility of stepbrothers living in the same house. Earth has a second brood of children in the shape of evil beasts, ..."

5. A Digest of the Hindu Law of Inheritance and Partition: From the Replies of by Georg Bühler, Raymond West (1878)
"Since the death of the father the elder son has joined the family, and assuming the guardianship of his stepbrothers, has got them married. ..."

6. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne (1913)
"He was never married, and the name is said to be extinct, save as borne by the descendants of his stepbrothers called Satori-Canova. ..."

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