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  • n. Alternative spelling of grillwork.


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grille +‎ work


  • We found him in his office, a two-story white stucco building down by the courthouse square, a building with faux balconies that had Spanish grillework overlooking the Southern Pacific railway tracks.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • She stepped near the gate and closed her hand around one of the twisted iron spikes inside the grillework.

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  • His fingers tightened in the wrought-iron grille across the window; the metal groaned, twisting, not from his grip but from the tendrils of the True Power, drawn from the Great Lord himself, that wreathed around the grillework, flexing as he flexed his hand in anger.

    The Path of Daggers

  • He leaped straight up, fingers desperately grabbing the grillework of the rampway directly above him, and he swung his body upward just as the crippled gun exploded.

    Star Trek® New Frontier

  • Tick-Tock dropped Oy to the iron grillework floor to grab at his wounded leg.

    The Waste Lands

  • As it happened, he struck on one hip, rebounded, and landed in a heap on the iron grillework.

    The Waste Lands

  • His feet drummed spastically on the iron grillework for a moment and then fell still.

    The Waste Lands

  • The room was about three-quarters of the way up the vast capsule-shaped space and floored with rusty iron grillework.

    The Waste Lands

  • It led onto a narrow balcony, screened by intricate grillework, which, some twenty feet above the floor, encircled the area of the central slave quarters.

    Guardsman Of Gor

  • I climbed upward, and swung on ornamental grillework, toward the windows.

    Guardsman Of Gor


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