Definition of Groof

1. the face [n -S]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Groof

gromas
gromet
gromets
gromill
grommet
grommeted
grommeting
grommets
groms
gromwells
grone
groned
grones
groning
groof (current term)
groofs
groolier
grooliest
grooly
groom-to-be
groomed
groomee
groomees
groomer
groomers
groomings
grooms

Literary usage of Groof

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annual Register by Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797, Edmund Burke (1875)
"A Belgian named Vincent de groof, while attempting to descend by a ... M. de groof had been employed several years in constructing for himself an apparatus ..."

2. Somerset Record Society: Publication by Somerset Record Society (1907)
"And further saith that after he removed from Wells he came and made another groof (?) house at Tower hill being also within the liberty of Wells and wrought ..."

3. Somerset Record Society (1907)
"And further saith that after he removed from Wells he came and made another groof (?) house at Tower hill being also within the liberty of Wells and wrought ..."

4. Quarter Sessions Records for the County of Somerset by Somerset Record Society, Edward Harbin Bates Harbin (1907)
"And further saith that after he removed from Wells he came and made another groof (?) house at Tower hill being also within the liberty of Wells and wrought ..."

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