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Noun(1) any woman who serves as a sponsor for a child at baptism
(1) Canadian author Naomi Klein, the godmother of the anti-globalisation movement, considers the way marketing handles the protests against corporate power.(2) The princess is godmother to their 14-year-old son Peregrine, a pupil at Winchester.(3) I can't remember the last time that you invited me to your house for a cup of coffee, even though my wife is godmother to your only child.(4) Among Kucinich's Hollywood supporters is Shirley MacLaine, an old friend who is godmother to Kucinich's daughter.(5) At age 83, she continues with us, strong as ever, and even more honored by her beloved community of poets - especially the community of black poets to whom she is a pioneering example and godmother .(6) the godmother of the regiment(7) She is godmother to Robinson's youngest son, Aubrey.(8) Mary had an excellent relationship with Marguerite de France, who was more than twice her age and godmother to the Dauphin, whom Mary was to marry in 1558.(9) On April 17, 1733, she became godmother to a child of a Judge Premont.(10) S.O.B. was godmother to both boys and assumed a parental role towards them.(11) She jokes that by the age of eight she was already a godmother to many, making promises about what she would send for them when she finally got to America.(12) ‘Walter's wife, Cathy, is the godmother to my second son,’ Andy says in his embracing voice.(13) The longest, hottest night of the year brought out a crowd probably not unfamiliar with the Sixties heyday of musical protest, and they worshipped at the altar of the godmother of the art, Joan Baez.(14) When Priscilla became pregnant, she asked Sarah to be godmother to her child, Lisa.(15) Those friendships have continued: I'm godmother to one of my friend's two children, and our children are friends.(16) She was a godmother to several children born in the village, and she taught in the Sunday School and she did a great deal.
(1) fairy godmother :: faʻataulāitu tinā pāpatisoa
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