Definition of Gremials

1. gremial [n] - See also: gremial



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gremials

greige
greige goods
greiges
greigite
greillade
grein
greined
greining
greins
greisen
greisens
greisly
greith
greking
gremial
gremials (current term)
gremlin
gremlins
gremmie
gremmies
gremmy
gremolata
gremolatas
gremoulata
gremoulatas
gren
grenache
grenada
grenade
grenade launcher

Literary usage of Gremials

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1. Collection of Statutes for the University and the Colleges of Cambridge by Heywood, James, University of Cambridge (1840)
"But it shall be allowed to the proctors to give sentence in the following form against the non-gremials who are disobedient and contumacious in opposition ..."

2. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1866)
"Fuller says, ' These Friars ' living in their convents, were capable of degrees, and kept their acts like other University men. Yet were they gremials and ..."

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