Definition of Grists
1. grist [n] - See also: grist
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Literary usage of Grists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society by Connecticut Historical Society (1897)
"... the law & this agreement doth agree <fe for such as go with grists to the mill on the other side the riuer they shall pay 4d for hors &, his load goeing ..."
2. A Treatise on the Art of Weaving: Illustrated by Engravings with by John Murphy, of Scotland (1831)
"There is nO precise rule for adapting the grists uf heddle twine to the different grists of warp; for this in a great measure will depend on the fabric of ..."
3. A Defence of Virginia: And Through Her, of the South, in Recent and Pending by Robert Lewis Dabney (1867)
"Immediately on their emancipation, all the rural mill-owners testified that their grists fell off one-half, and have remained at that grade since. ..."
4. Some Old Historic Landmarks of Virginia and Maryland: Described in a Hand by William H. Snowden (1904)
"In this mill was ground also, all the flour and meal for the surrounding neighborhood as well as the grists of the grain products of the five large ..."
5. The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain), George Long (1836)
"The temperatures of the nub- ing liquors for ale or pale grists may range ... For porter, where гы\. grists are employed, the mashing heat should not r jr ..."