Definition of Granfers

1. granfer [n] - See also: granfer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Granfers

grandsonless
grandsons
grandstand
grandstand play
grandstanded
grandstander
grandstanders
grandstanding
grandstands
granduncle
granduncles
graney
granfalloon
granfalloons
granfer
granfers (current term)
grange
granger
grangerisation
grangerisations
grangerise
grangerised
grangerises
grangerising
grangerism
grangerisms
grangerization
grangerizations
grangerize
grangerized

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)». ..."

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