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group a collection of things, ideas, or people that are assembled, connected, or related; body; cluster; set. [5 definitions]
groupable combined form of group.
grouper any of a variety of fishes of the sea bass family, found in tropical and subtropical oceans.
groupie (informal) one who tries to attach oneself to an admired group such as a rock band, as by following the group to public concerts and parties. (See camp follower.)
group therapy psychotherapy that uses group discussions of common problems, feelings, and the like as a method of treatment, usu. under the guidance of a therapist.
groupthink the practice of or tendency toward conformity of thought, opinion, attitudes, or the like, as among members of a profession.
grouse1 any of a variety of plump game fowls that have mottled plumage and are distinguished by often elaborate male courtship displays.
grouse2 (informal) to complain. [2 definitions]
grout a coarse mortar used to fill in the crevices between tiles or in masonry or stonework. [2 definitions]
grove a small wooded area, esp. one with little ground cover. [2 definitions]
grovel to demean or humble oneself; abase oneself. [3 definitions]
grow to become larger by the process of natural development; increase. [6 definitions]
grower a person who grows or raises something, esp. plants or crops. [2 definitions]
growing increasing or becoming larger.
growing pains pain in the joints and limbs of children, often attributed by laymen to rapid growth. [2 definitions]
growl to utter a deep, guttural sound expressing hostility, as a dog. [6 definitions]
grown having reached maturity. [2 definitions]
grownup an adult person.
grown-up having reached adulthood or maturity. [2 definitions]
growth the process of growing. [3 definitions]
grow up to become mature.