Except that gradus misses Kinbote and mortally wounds Shade.
Young America forgets too often that the gradus ad Parnassum is not only steep; it is long and rough.
These when harnessed to a “gradus” as a break were very safe and steady.
I could not remember who or what gradus was—whether it was an active noun or a feminine verb or a plural conjunction, or what.
Gressus is a step that is being taken; gradus that is taken.
gradus ad Parnassum: a dictionary specially designed to aid pupils in writing Greek and Latin verses.
His "gradus ad Parnassum" became the parent of Etude literature.
Fux, the well-known old theorist and composer, in Vienna, author of the "gradus ad Parnassum."
Gressus denotes a step subjectively, whereas gradus objectively.
He corrected the gradus ad Parnassum; and was liberally rewarded by the company of stationers.