[graf-tuh n, grahf-]
- Sue,born 1940, U.S. detective novelist.
- a city in central Massachusetts.
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Examples from the Web for grafton
Never again will I take reading for granted; Sherman and Grafton made clear that bookishness is a behavior worth looking into.God is in the Margins
November 6, 2013
Many minutes had not elapsed ere we reached the corner of Grafton Street.Jack Hinton
Charles James Lever
Morgan, the advance agent, accompanied the minstrels to Grafton.Watch Yourself Go By
Al. G. Field
Miss Grafton returned to her own apartments, paler than death.
Because charming Miss Grafton is willing to marry him, but he is unwilling.
We were very particular at Grafton Hall about our hockey balls.Ernest Bracebridge
William H. G. Kingston