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- v. Obsolete form of groan.
- n. Obsolete form of groan.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. See groan.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Scotch form of groan.
- To strangle.
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"Oh! now I say what ye mane," admitted the woodsman; "but I niver owned a camera in all me life, so I'm what ye'd call grane at it.
And, as I love you no less than you love me, I will therefore be satisfied with the lands you grane me and never seek to overthrow, you.
September 17, 2009 at 9:59 am dis iz truenis. forechunitly da grane/biprawdukfrei fuds iz geddin moar poplar aifinks fredmeyer haz an cuplol brans nao.
Diz adbise comin frum a wommin who been diborsed twise so tayk wif grane of salt.
Cud bee liek the grane ov sand or is it a corm? dubbled awn the chessbord effekt.
Ye wad like to see Grace, man, for as dour as ye are — Eh, Lord I I wish he may be weel, that was a sair grane! or, maybe, he thought I was speaking of heavenly grace, and no of
'Och! master Jamey, come in out of that grane grass; d'yiz want ter dirty the clane pinafore I've put on yiz this blissed afthernoon?' spoke the nurse.
For he gave to me not so much as half a grane of that Powder, and with that were transmuted nine ounces, and three quarters of an ounce of Argetitvive.
As Mr. Con Murphy said, he looked less like "a blushin 'grane onion" than he had immediately after the concoction the drugstore clerk had sold him took effect.
Ye look like a tinder grane onion sproutin 'out of the garden in the spring.