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stepson in Family topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstepsonstep‧son /ˈstepsʌn/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 SSFFAMILYa son that your husband or wife has from a relationship before your marriage
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stepsonWhat I would impose on a stepson for is some Internet lessons.Justin, a cameraman, and his stepson, Tom.I've tried to love my stepson but I really resent him.Robert, my stepson, is not to be given his grandfather's inheritance until he is thirty.My husband sometimes scolds my stepson but more often blames my son.I told you - Barbara's stepson.The stepson was one of nine young men who killed themselves on the reservation that year.A: No disrespect to your stepson, but I would leave well enough alone.