American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Grahame, Kenneth 1859-1932. British writer known for his essays and children's books, notably The Wind in the Willows (1908).
- n. English writer (born in Scotland) of children's stories (1859-1932)
“An RKO production that plays more like a scrappy indie, Grahame is all sexiness as a saloon girl who is hitching a ride on the wagon of nice rancher Robert Sterling and his innocent little brother, Claude Jarman, Jr.”
“Bennett is no delicate flower; in Grahame-Smith's take on the story, she's a blade-wielding zombie slayer who is just as comfortable navigating the social minefield of a grand ball as she is wading through bloody entrails.”
“In the bottom left corner, below Cooper and oblique to Grahame, is Jacqueline White, her photo a bit askew so that she seems to be looking up at her husband and her rival: "To save her husband, she braved a truth that might cost her marriage!”
“Using defenseman Casey Borer as a screen, Zajac opened the scoring at 2: 02, beating John Grahame from the high slot.”
“Frequently cast as a fallen woman or erring wife, she later starred in several outstanding films noir, including In a Lonely Place (1950) and The Bad and the Beautiful (1952); she won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the latter. 49 Playing the tramp in Crossfire, Grahame is simply superb.”
“Ward started and made 34 saves, even though backup John Grahame is 9-1 with a tie against Pittsburgh.”
“The Senators struck first when Spezza took a pass from Heatley and deked Tampa Bay's Dimitry Afanasenkov to get a clear shot at Grahame from the slot.”
“Kozlov scored with 52 seconds left, chipping a shot over goaltender John Grahame from the doorstep after his first shot was stopped in traffic.”
“Rivet also finished with an accurate wrist shot over the glove of Grahame from the right circle.”
“Without a word Grahame turned the cart into the glen, and drove as far as the limits would permit within the shade.”
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