grade[ greyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF grade
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRADE
This grade I had to cross; and I was greatly afraid that I would meet some one.
Did any of you fellows happen to see a dead coyote up on the grade?
He looked back once, just as he was turning into the grade road.
The Blossburgh grade is used almost entirely for blacksmithing.
But after a while they noticed that the grade was upward and the going easier.
Lastly, it is from this grade that all the magistrates are appointed except the teachers for the boys.
Grade the plates in three divisions, good, medium and doubtful.
The men running from the grade fell into line like veteran soldiers.
If he fails on the first topic he may have another draw, but his grade will be reduced.
You 'll one day win your grade,—high up; yes, you must do so.