Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of grommet.

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Examples

  • It's only 7. 15pm and the grommets are already tucked up in bed, fast asleep, both with buckets placed strategically close to their beds.

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  • It's only 7. 15pm and the grommets are already tucked up in bed, fast asleep, both with buckets placed strategically close to their beds.

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  • The good news is, my skirt is done except for covering the grommets which isn't required for actual wearing, but is nice and prevents anything getting snagged.

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  • The good news is, my skirt is done except for covering the grommets which isn't required for actual wearing, but is nice and prevents anything getting snagged.

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  • We threaded rope through the tarp grommets and tied it to the backhoe and pulled him to the barn.

    Arcane Circle

  • I also fitted the holes with rubber grommets to cut down on any excess noise they might produce.

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  • Models wore Hannibal Lecter-like headgear in silver nylon straps studded with metal grommets that were daring if not a little disturbing.

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  • We threaded rope through the tarp grommets and tied it to the backhoe and pulled him to the barn.

    Arcane Circle

  • The last time Michael saw his mother, she was admiring herself in the full-length mirror, trying to decide which purse she liked the better—the brown leather one with the handles and gold buckles or the black leather one with silver grommets.

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  • We threaded rope through the tarp grommets and tied it to the backhoe and pulled him to the barn.

    Arcane Circle

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