Definition of Granfers
1. granfer [n] - See also: granfer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Granfers
Literary usage of Granfers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Lone Swallows by Henry Williamson (1922)
"A master storm be cumin'," said the granfers. ... I told the granfers that they were wrong (I am young and self-confident). I explained that their knowledge ..."
2. Fishpingle: A Romance of the Countryside by Horace Annesley Vachell (1917)
"The row of granfers on the bench—! Two of the darlings are wearing smocks. Your professor would change all that; give him a free hand, and he would people ..."
3. A Spanish Maid by Lillian M. Quiller-Couch (1898)
"... and, perhaps in consequence, more appreciative of the good fare if less eager for the dance, and white-haired granfers and grannies ..."
4. La crisis agrícola y pecuaria en España y sus verdaderos remedios by Santiago Martínez Maroto (1896)
"... propia producción, como los granfers de los Estados Unidos que colocan directamente sus cosechas en los principales mercados de América y Europa (1)». ..."