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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of grangerise.
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He was a large, loose, fattish man with unintelligent brown eyes magnified by spectacles; he wore an ill-fitting frock-coat and a paper collar, and he showed me, as his great treasure and interest, a large Bible which he had grangerised with photographs of pictures.
Another grangerised edition of the same satire, also in the British M.seum, compiled by W.M. Tartt, has an engraving of Amos Cottle and two portraits of Lamb -- the Hancock drawing, and the Brook Pulham caricature.