Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A gooseberry.

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Examples

  • : They didn't use the term groserías probably because there is always the wise-guy who will say: "Ass" isn't a grosería, it is in the "nice" dictionary and it equates his behavior to an animal which is how I meant it.

    "altisonante" revisited...the truth shall set you free

  • They didn't use the term groserías probably because there is always the wise-guy who will say: "Ass" isn't a grosería, it is in the "nice" dictionary and it equates his behavior to an animal which is how I meant it.

    "altisonante" revisited...the truth shall set you free

  • And they were men or women but of base condition, as also of groser understanding, who never before had served in any such necessities, nor indeed were any way else to be imployed; but to give the sicke person such things as hee called for, or to awaite the houre of his death; in the performance of which service, oftentimes for gaine, they lost their owne lives.

    The Decameron

  • The flesshe of the coscke is groser tha {n} the flesshe of the he {n} ne or capon.

    Early English Meals and Manners

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