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  • grad And in another minute the canoe was skimming away towards the point, where the Union Jack hung idly against a background of firs, but just before the Englishman was out of hearing the big grad yelled, "Tell the Governor-General that the fish were caught and sent by Bobbie."
  • grade Such an extra addition of caustic soda will be required only in case of a very low-grade chemical or a very highly acid tar.
  • grass And old Doctor Kale knew that as sure as grass grew, and water ran down hill, a man and a maid will love.
  • gratis "My congratulations, Mrs. Dale; and one word of advice, free gratis .
  • groats Next for the strength of it; whereas in that, an Egge is to emerge out of the Liquor but the breadth of a three pence; in This it is to emerge a large Groats -breadth.
  • grounds As the bears were evidently bound for the same hunting grounds , this course was accepted as good enough for us.
  • grus
  • roads The weather cleared, and I made another start, but the condition of the roads was such that I was unable to travel at more than half my usual rate.
  • Guards More movement on the path and a new Captain of the guards emerged, walking just as briskly, but in a new direction.
  • Grady "Quite so, O' Grady ; I have had tremendous luck.
  • Frauds "You're a pair of frauds," cried Quorn.
  • grates The ink-cake grates smoothly on it.
  • reads She reads or studies, I believe, all the evening.
  • grades Bad: The boys' grades are low, so they indicate lack of application.
  • goads It goads the frenzied horses Onward to the black abyss!
  • GRADS Old "grads," pretty girls and their escorts waving flags, singing songs, cheering their favorites, shouting their class cries, made a picture that, once seen, could never be forgotten.
  • GADS We see him, on occasion of the robbery at Gads -Hill, in the very act of running away from the Prince and Poins; and we behold him, on another of more honourable obligation, in open day light, in battle, and acting in his profession as a Soldier, escaping from Douglas even out of the world as it were; counterfeiting death, and deserting his very existence; and we find him, on the former occasion, betrayed into those lies and braggadocioes which are the usual concomitants of Cowardice in Military men, and pretenders to valour.
  • RADS They take his money regularly,-get something nearly every year, join the rads at the nomination, and vote for the squire at the poll.
  • QUADS On the walls of the chapel and in other quads and passages may be found tablets and inscriptions in memory of those who have died for England and the empire in by-gone wars.
  • GRAYS Dalrymple declared that his arms were too stiff to allow him to handle the four grays properly, and Jack was unanimously voted to the box.
  • GRIDS He built the landing grids on Norlath and-Oh, you don't know!"
  • grands But it is the work of the De Brys, Theodor de Bry and his two sons Johann Israel and Johann Theodor, which is of conspicuous importance for our present purpose, for it was they who originated and mainly carried out the greatest illustrated work of the sixteenth century, that known to collectors as the Grands et petits voyages.
  • greats He was Delafield's tutor for Greats , in the ordinary college routine; Delafield took essays to him, and occasionally lingered to talk.
  • graders And there's a little gravel over there that is hardly worth taking, and we'll leave it for the graders to use."
  • gerunds Gerunds and supines, in languages where they occur, are only names for certain cases of the verb.
  • absention
  • abstersions
  • abstinents
  • abstrusenesses
  • babler
  • dis-proved
  • metonyms
  • mis-fit
  • mis-fits

91 words made from the letters GRUADS

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