from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Ä bad form of growth. Chapman.


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  • Their growing labours; and they caused their grought

    Tenth Book

  • 1211: Great repsonse from Cameron: "If he wants to, we can discuss what some of his advisers have been up to ... not only has the PM brought the country to economic bankruptcy, but he's grought the government to moral bankruptcy."

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