• Definition for "aunt"
    • The sister of your father or mother.
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  • Sentence for "aunt"
    • "Not aunt," cried Oliver, throwing his…
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aunt definition

  • noun:
    • The sister of your father or mother.
    • The partner of one's uncle.
    • applied as a type of address for an older lady, specially by kids.
    • A sister or sister-in-law of someone’s mother or father.
    • someone's grandparent's sis or sister-in-law.
    • A grandmother.
    • An affectionate term for a lady of a mature generation than oneself, particularly a friend of your moms and dads, by means of fictive kin.
    • The sibling of one's father or mother; -- correlative to nephew or niece. In addition put on an uncle's wife.
    • An old lady; and old gossip.
    • A bawd, or a prostitute.
    • The sister of your respective parent; also, in target or familiar usage, the spouse of your uncle.
    • Formerly employed by alumni of Oxford and Cambridge as a title when it comes to “sister college.”
    • a vintage lady; an old gossip.
    • A procuress; a loose woman.
    • the pinnacle so used.
    • the sibling of one's parent; the wife of uncle
    • The sis of one's father or mother.
    • The spouse of your respective uncle.
    • Used as a type of target for a mature lady, specially by kiddies.
    • A sister or sister-in-law of someone’s mother or father.
    • someone's grandparent's sibling or sister-in-law.
    • A grandmother.
    • An affectionate term for a female of an older generation than yourself, particularly a pal of the moms and dads, by way of fictive kin.
    • The sis of one's father or mother; -- correlative to nephew or niece. Additionally placed on an uncle's spouse.
    • An old girl; and old gossip.
    • A bawd, or a prostitute.
    • The cousin of your father or mother; also, in address or familiar usage, the wife of your respective uncle.
    • previously employed by alumni of Oxford and Cambridge as a title for the “sister institution.”
    • An old lady; an old gossip.
    • A procuress; a loose girl.
    • your head very much accustomed.
    • the sister of father or mother; the spouse of your uncle
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