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  • noun Plural form of grinner.

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Examples

  • Where Weather Channel grinners say, "You ain't seen nothin 'yet!"

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  • And who were the two grinners on either side of him?

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  • And who were the two grinners on either side of him?

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  • And who were the two grinners on either side of him?

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  • The world is thought to belong to the endless grinners, the smile-flashing evangelists with their back-slapping ways, and the super-duper youth ministers whose feet rarely touch the ground.

    The God of the Towel

  • The world is thought to belong to the endless grinners, the smile-flashing evangelists with their back-slapping ways, and the super-duper youth ministers whose feet rarely touch the ground.

    The God of the Towel

  • Perhaps the Rev. Doctor did punish the world for his having forsaken his pulpit, and might be conceived as haunted by it at his heels, but Willoughby was in the mood to abhor comic images; he hated the perpetrators of them and the grinners.

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  • Perhaps the Rev. Doctor did punish the world for his having forsaken his pulpit, and might be conceived as haunted by it at his heels, but Willoughby was in the mood to abhor comic images; he hated the perpetrators of them and the grinners.

    The Egoist

  • And in the wake of this business part of the fair there invariably followed a crowd of ministers to the popular tastes -- quack doctors and merry andrews, jugglers and minstrels, singlestick players, grinners through horse-collars, and sportmakers of every kind.

    The Life of Thomas Telford

  • Winners are grinners, and losers where Black oh hang on, England wear black and they can win.

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