from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Graf, Stephanie Maria Known as "Steffi.” Born 1969. German tennis player who in 1988 won the Grand Slam (Wimbledon, French, U.S., and Australian titles) and an Olympic gold medal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A German title of nobility, equivalent to earl in English, or count in French. See earl.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A German title of dignity equivalent to count: the title corresponding to English earl, French comte, etc.
- A simplified spelling of graff.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. German tennis player who won seven women's singles titles at Wimbledon (born in 1969)
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Conservative Randy Graf is surging in the polls because of his stand on illegal immigration.
Graf is in Melbourne with Agassi for the Australian Open.
"Graf is the type of player you like to have on your team,"
Add in Graf's farewell title at the 1999 French Open, and you have to go all the way back to January of last year, when Martina Hingis won in Australia, to find a full-fledged finesse champion.
But, the truth is, Graf is a perfectionist who could find little joy in being No. 3 in the world.
Graf is a private person, a shy, introverted loner who was never particularly comfortable in the spotlight.
Graf is still classified, it was given to the Vietnamese in hopes that they would be forthcoming with further information about his fate.
The name LA Graf comes from the name of their writers group, which was Let’s All Get Rich And Famous.
I think Americans started using it that way because one of the LZs was named the Graf Zeppelin, after the company's founder, Graf (Count in German) Ferdinand von Zeppelin.
The Graf was a handsome dashing and passionate lover and she a beautiful girl, lively and companionable.