groceries

[ groh-suh-ree, grohs-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF groceries
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GROCERIES

In connection with the tavern he carried on a small business in groceries.

To explain, Mr. Mudge had just been to the village store to purchase some groceries.

There's nothing like the groceries, after all,—eh, Sir George?

Only Bijonah Tanner remained to buy some groceries from Boughton.

I've settled the baker, the milk, the washin' an' the groceries—this 'ere's what's left.

Ingua stared at the groceries and then stared at Mary Louise.

That, and whether Joel Blake will remember to bring the groceries.

They trade in grain and groceries, and are bankers and moneylenders.

"I believe our supplies (groceries) come from him," was her chilly reply.

Here come your groceries, country; your rations, countrymen!

WORD ORIGIN

see grocery.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GROCERIES

earnings

nounmoney for work performed
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