from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A grillroom; a grill.


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  • "Who are you?" asked the shaggy creature with the grillery-growlery voice, and the bear gnashed his teeth.

    Uncle Wiggily's Travels

  • At first it was so dark that he couldn't make out anything, but in a little while he could see something big and black and shaggy coming toward him, and a grillery-growlery voice called out:

    Uncle Wiggily's Travels

  • But the rabbit was ready for him and ran down the hill and the wolf ran after him, howling at the top of his grillery-growlery voice, for he was very hungry.

    Uncle Wiggily's Travels

  • "Ah, ha!" cried the bear, for the shaggy creature with the grillery-growlery voice was a bear.

    Uncle Wiggily's Travels

  • With indoor space enough to accommodate little more than a beer and wine bar, a rotating spigot and some of the most delectable rotisserie chickens this side of the Rio Grande, the former gas station transformed into Cajun-Latino grillery has seating that spills graciously into its driveway.

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