Definition of Groughs

1. grough [n] - See also: grough



Lexicographical Neighbors of Groughs

groucher
grouchers
grouches
grouchier
grouchiest
grouchily
grouchiness
grouchinesses
grouching
grouchy
groud
grouds
grouf
groufs
grough
groughs (current term)
ground-berry
ground-breaking
ground-controlled approach
ground-effect machine
ground-effect vehicle
ground-emplaced mine
ground-floor
ground-ivy
ground-service crew
ground-shaker
ground-stroke
ground-to-air

Literary usage of Groughs

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

1. General View of the Agriculture and Minerals of Derbyshire: With by Great Britain Board of Agriculture, John Farey (1815)
"... and of the groughs and gullies, and of local dead black places on the surface of these Mosses, is perhaps more common than has been supposed. ..."

2. General View of the Agriculture and Minerals of Derbyshire: With by Great Britain Board of Agriculture, John Farey (1815)
"... of which the remains are now in most places found, under great thicknesses of dead Peat (crossed in all directions by Gullies or groughs) and as the ..."

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