from The Century Dictionary.
- noun See
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But this £25 of his is a grueller, and I learnt with interest that you are inclined to get the fishes nose out of the weed.
Decided to take the plane up to Chiang Mai which takes about an hour, or we could have taken the overnight train but that sounded a bit of a grueller, and as they were the same price the plane won.
"That is something that we hope to work on but I do feel that this one will be a real grueller."