Definition of Groenendael

1. Noun. Black-coated sheepdog with a heavily plumed tail.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Groenendael

grocery bag
grocery boy
grocery list
grocery store
grocery stores
groceryman
grocerymen
grockel
grockels
grockle
grockles
grodier
grodiest
grody
groel protein
groenendael (current term)
groes protein
grog
grog-blossom
grogged
groggeries
groggery
groggier
groggiest
groggified
groggily
grogginess
grogginesses
grogging
groggy

Literary usage of Groenendael

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1. The Invention of Printing: A Series of Four Lectures Delivered in the Lent by Charles Henry Middleton-Wake (1897)
"... assumption—that both these works had their origin in the Priory of groenendael ? We ourselves have not yet had the opportunity of comparing the original ..."

2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Among the more famous visitors to groenendael mention is made of Tauler, but though the German preacher certainly knew and appreciated his writings, ..."

3. The story of Brussels by Ernest Gilliat-Smith (1906)
"Soignes at a place called groenendael, which for the last forty years had ... in the following year he withdrew to groenendael, these men went with him. ..."

4. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1911)
"... groenendael (2 mse of Brussels) Dec. 2, 1381. Inclined, even as a child, to the religious life, he left home at the age of eleven and went to his uncle, ..."

5. The Antiquary (1887)
"Ten years later he was raised to the dignity of Prior of groenendael, but was shortly afterwards selected to preside over the nuns of St. Barbera at ..."

6. Antiquary: A Magazine Devoted to the Study of the Past by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1887)
"Ten years later he was raised to the dignity of Prior of groenendael, but was shortly afterwards selected to preside over the nuns of St. Barbera at ..."

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