Definition of Grenning
1. gren [v] - See also: gren
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grenning
Literary usage of Grenning
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of the Transport Service: Adventures and Experiences of United by Albert Gleaves (1921)
"It was the USS Rondo, Commander grenning, USNRF, in command. ... The fearlessness of Captain grenning in approaching the life boat when unarmed and when ..."
2. History of Monroe County, Michigan by Talcott Enoch Wing, Helen Weightman Gay (1890)
"CW grenning. 1881—Supervisor, Stephen B. Wakefield; clerk, AE Dunbar; treasurer, Henry Herrman, justice of the peace, Thomas Kegan. 1882—Supervisor, Geo. ..."
3. The Chasm: A Novel by George Cram Cook, Frederick A. Stokes Company, George W. Hood (1911)
"... THE Countess lunched in her own rooms after her talk with grenning and invited Count Feodor to dine there with her. ..."