Definition of Graffs

1. graff [v] - See also: graff



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Graffs

graffer
graffers
graffing
graffiti
graffiti artist
graffiti artists
graffiti bomber
graffitied
graffitiing
graffitilike
graffiting
graffitis
graffitist
graffitists
graffito
graffs (current term)
graft
graft-versus-host
graft-versus-host disease
graft-versus-host reaction
graft-versus-host response
graft occlusion
graft polymer
graft polymers
graft rejection
graft survival
graftable
graftage
graftages

Literary usage of Graffs

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Le Jardinier Solitaire =: The Solitary Or Carthusian Gard'ner : Being by Fran├žois Gentil, Louis Liger (1706)
"Before I end this Subject let me tell you that to Graft on old Trunks, the graffs ought to be of a Wood of Two Years Growth and ..."

2. The Scots Gard'ner Together with The Gard'ners Kalendar by John Reid (1907)
"Out your graffs, ere they sprout, and keep them or carry them with their ends in clay, or dry in a box, their tops being cutoff. ..."

3. New Improvements of Planting and Gardening: Both Philosophical and Practical by Richard Bradley (1739)
"... then we muft be forc'd to open the Places where we are to fix our graffs, ... and keep them fo open with Wedges 'till the graffs are fixt to our Mind ..."

4. New Improvements of Planting and Gardening, Both Philosophical and Practical by Richard Bradley (1739)
"... then we mull be forc'd to open the Places where we are to fix our graffs, ... and keep them fb open wich Wedges 'till the graffs are fixt to our Mind ..."

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