All Noun Adjective
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  • She left her money to those of her nieces who most needed it. Cited from Charlotte Bronte and Her Circle, by Clement K. Shorter
  • She claimed to be his niece due to his being her mother's brother.
  • She had thought from his manner that her niece's story had been true. Cited from The American Senator, by Anthony Trollope
  • Can it be either of my two nieces who has done this wrong? Cited from Two Little Women on a Holiday,by Carolyn Wells
  • Her world is in her two nieces, and who knows how they will turn out? Cited from The Precipice, by Ivan Goncharov
  • Her first models were her family members, often her son, mother, or niece.
  • As he did not have any children, he was taken care of by his niece.
  • Things seem to go well initially, with her getting close to her nieces.
  • The only person present when he died was one of his nieces.
  • In the fourth season, he briefly mentioned having a six-year-old niece.
  • Ireland wrote an article about her niece and the need for an increase in research.
  • One of her nieces was with her the whole of that last day. Cited from Elsie Inglis, by Eva Shaw McLaren
  • A couple of months on the farm will do all of my nieces good. Cited from Aunt Jane's Nieces at Millville, by Edith Van Dyne
  • On a visit to Paris that year, he found a new love-his niece.
  • The little man seemed from the first much attracted by his three nieces. Cited from Aunt Jane's Nieces, by Edith Van Dyne
  • And four or five of my nieces work in old people's homes.
  • He had no children but was survived by a niece whom he had adopted.
  • He has also mentioned that he has an eight year-old niece, who he reveals is already married.
  • Her niece then took everything she wanted and sold the rest in a private auction.
  • There are nieces that a man would be glad to see married to any one. Cited from The Simpkins Plot, by George A. Birmingham
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Words starting with niece

Meaning of niece

  • noun A daughter of your brother or sister