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griller

[gril-er] /ˈgrɪl ər/
noun
1.
a person who grills food, especially as a cook in a restaurant.
2.
an appliance for grilling food.
Origin of griller
1865-1870
First recorded in 1865-70; grill1 + -er1
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  • griller was in Denver, on the quiet, to get more men together.

    Uncle Sam's Boys as Sergeants

    H. Irving Hancock
  • Now, what's the good in arguing if it's a griller or a yourang-gatang?

    The Vanity Girl Compton Mackenzie
  • In addition to the boiling burners there should be a griller, which is used for browning and toasting, as well as grilling.

    The Labour-saving House Dorothy Constance Bayliff Peel
  • The griller uses as much gas as the oven per hour; but then, of course, grilling is a quick operation.

    The Labour-saving House Dorothy Constance Bayliff Peel
  • Always keep a large pan or kettle of water over the griller, as it helps to throw down the heat.

    The Labour-saving House Dorothy Constance Bayliff Peel
  • "Why, any one knows there ain't nothing worse than a griller," declared the champion of that variety.

    The Vanity Girl Compton Mackenzie
  • "griller told me about that before we reached town," Sergeant Noll continued.

    Uncle Sam's Boys as Sergeants

    H. Irving Hancock
  • Late in the fall the Colorado courts sent griller and his crew to the penitentiary for long terms.

    Uncle Sam's Boys as Sergeants

    H. Irving Hancock

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