The two gridirons in the accompanying illustration are a century old.
They came swarming in, armed with gridirons, tongs, and gourds.
It is a lamentable fact that wood fires and gridirons are giving out.
The moment of projection is at hand; and soon all his kettles and gridirons will be turned into pure gold.
I wish that every Englishman was in the hottest place of hell—their bones made into gridirons to roast their hearts on.
In the open they may be grown as dwarfs or pyramids, and in orchard-houses as gridirons, cordons, or in pots.
You see men and women taking their breakfast, and a savoury smell of spaghettis and eels on gridirons fills the air.
More interesting than the line which gridirons the wheat-lands we are passing through, are the men who made it.
You are old dog at a bad tenant; witness all my uncle's and your mother's geese and gridirons.
There were three gridirons, a baseball diamond, a quarter-mile running-track and a round dozen of tennis courts there.