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groan a low-pitched, prolonged sound expressing pain, grief, disapproval, or the like. [6 definitions]
groat a silver coin formerly minted in England worth four pence.
groats hulled kernels of grain, esp. barley, buckwheat, or oats, often coarsely broken up.
grocer one who sells food and other supplies for household use; one who owns or manages a grocery store.
groceries food and other supplies for the home that people buy at a store.
grocery a store in which food and other supplies for household use are sold. [2 definitions]
grocery store a store in which food and other supplies for household use are sold.
grog any alcoholic drink, esp. a mixture of rum with water.
groggy dazed, confused, or off-balance as a result of a blow or fall, anesthesia, or the like.
groin the hollow of the joint between the thigh and the abdomen, including the external genitalia. [4 definitions]
grommet a plastic or metal eyelet reinforcing a hole through which a fastener, lace, or the like may be passed. [3 definitions]
groom a man who is about to be or has just been married; bridegroom. [6 definitions]
groomsman in a wedding ceremony, an attendant of the bridegroom, such as the best man or an usher.
groove a long narrow furrow or indentation in a surface. [7 definitions]
groovy (slang; old-fashioned) very pleasing; wonderful; great.
grope to feel about or feel one's way with the hands, as if blind. [5 definitions]
grosbeak any of a variety of finches that have a heavy conical bill adapted for cracking seeds.
groschen formerly, the smaller monetary unit of Austria. (Cf. schilling.) [3 definitions]
gros de Londres (often l.c.) a lightweight ribbed silk fabric on which the ribs alternate between wide and narrow or between colors.
grosgrain a heavy material woven from silk or rayon and featuring crosswise or horizontal ribbing. [2 definitions]
gros point a large needlepoint stitch across two horizontal and two vertical threads. [2 definitions]