grain[ greyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF grain
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRAIN
As a result the grain in the Egyptian markets had greatly increased in value.
The object may be as small as a grain of dust or as big as a warship; to the water it is all the same.
When the grain is sufficiently grown it is elevated to the kilns.
He collected what he wanted grain by grain from bushels of chaff.
She went with him to haul the grain to mill and was fascinated by the big scales.
Anthony flashed his electric torch over it, and we saw the grain of deal.
There is not a grain of dirt upon my hands or my face or my body.
Every grain sowed yielded on an average a hundred and twenty fold.
But she took the grain, put it in a large pot and cooked it until it was done.
But there were small ones as well, and perhaps this one had been no larger than a grain of sand.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GRAIN
- be-all and end-all
- bottom line
- chief constituent
- main idea
- name of game