stepson


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step·son

 (stĕp′sŭn′)
n.
A spouse's son by a previous union.

stepson

(ˈstɛpˌsʌn)
n
a son of one's husband or wife by a former union

step•son

(ˈstɛpˌsʌn)

n.
a son of one's husband or wife by a previous marriage.
[before 900]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.stepson - the son your spouse by a former marriage
stepchild - a child of your spouse by a former marriage
Translations
nevlastní syn
stedsøn
duonfilo
poikapuoli
posinak
stjúpsonur
継子
의붓아들
styvson
ลูกเลี้ยงที่เป็นชาย
con trai riêng của chồng

stepson

[ˈstepsʌn] Nhijastro m

stepson

[ˈstɛpsʌn] nbeau-fils m

stepson

nStiefsohn m

stepson

[ˈstɛpˌsʌn] nfigliastro

stepson

رَبِيب nevlastní syn stedsøn Stiefsohn προγονός hijastro poikapuoli demi-frère posinak figliastro 継子 의붓아들 stiefzoon stesønn pasierb enteado пасынок styvson ลูกเลี้ยงที่เป็นชาย üvey oğul con trai riêng của chồng 继子

stepson

n hijastro
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At length she could control herself no longer, so she sent a trusty servant to her old and faithful friend the Fairy of the Mountain, to beg her to devise some means by which she might get rid of her stepson.
The divorced mother would have her own illegitimate family, in which his position as a stepson and his education would not be good.
Inglethorp left her money to her elder stepson, knowing that he would have to keep up Styles.
And in the meantime Dick learned more about his acquaintance on all sides: heard of his yacht, his chaise and four, his brief season of celebrity amid a more confiding population, his daughter, of whom he loved to whimper in his cups, his sponging, parasitical, nameless way of life; and with each new detail something that was not merely interest nor yet altogether affection grew up in his mind towards this disreputable stepson of the arts.
See how a Christian can die," he said to his wild stepson, the Earl of Warwick, who came to say farewell to his stepfather.
On his deathbed, with a somewhat self-conscious virtue characteristic both of himself and of the period, he called his stepson to come and 'see in what peace a Christian could die.
Not only is he great, but so are his ancestors, his brothers, his stepsons, and his brothers-in-law.
Joseph also alleged that his stepson connived with some others and attacked him with dangerous weapons in a church.
A MAN who admitted assaulting a father and his stepson has been ordered to pay PS195 in fines and costs.
Summary: Appeal Court confirms jail for defendant whose stepson saw images of him with strange woman
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