Definition of Grossarts

1. grossart [n] - See also: grossart



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grossarts

gross national product
gross national products
gross negligence
gross out
gross pay
gross profit
gross profit margin
gross revenue
gross sales
gross ton
gross vehicle weight rating
gross virus
gross weight
grossart
grossarts (current term)
grossbeak
grossbeaks
grossed
grosser
grossers
grosses
grossest
grossification
grossing
grossite
grossly
grossness
grossnesses
grosso modo

Literary usage of Grossarts

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1. Scotland by Elizabeth Wilson Grierson (1907)
"... or we talk to some old woman and ask her how her garden is getting on, and she tells us that she has "a fine crop of 'grossarts' this year. ..."

2. Oor Ain Folk: Being Memories of Manse Life in the Mearns and a Crack Aboot by James Inglis (1894)
"One fast-day he was going to church with his father, and he spied some fine gooseberries, and boylike said : ' Eh, what fine grossarts; I would like some. ..."

3. Staats- und Gesellschafts- recht der französischen Revolution von 1789-1804 by Carl Richter (1865)
"Ich habe seine grossarts- Bedeutung für die Gesellschaft schon im ersten Band Gerade diese war jetzt der Abgrund, in den es stürzen musste. dem die ..."

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