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grand rounds

noun, (used with a singular or plural verb)
a formal hospital meeting at which physicians discuss interesting medical cases. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2016.
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  • I suppose he was making the grand rounds with the officer of the day.

    The Young Lieutenant Oliver Optic
  • Advance, officer of the grand rounds, and give the countersign.

  • Agatha was following in imagination the agile form of Lieutenant MacWhirlie, as he went the grand rounds of his pickets.

    Old Farm Fairies: Henry Christopher McCook
  • The officer of the day came round as often as he could ride the line, and at midnight the grand rounds came.

    Diary of an Enlisted Man Lawrence Van Alstyne
  • There were several thousands in the wards, and any man would be tired before he had gone the grand rounds.

    The Lincoln Story Book Henry L. Williams
  • Would the grand rounds be challenged at the three roads to-night?

  • On the next visit of his grand rounds, the instructor often finds his pupils beating him at his own game.

    The Modern Railroad Edward Hungerford
  • “disgusted,” as he said, “with the ingratitude of mankind,” whilst I set forth to go my grand rounds.

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