She rummaged in the larder and brought forth a slice of gruyere and some crackers.
Tables were set along the passage with bread and gruyere cheese and wine.
Maurice, who had a piece of gruyere before him, noticed the hungry eyes fixed on his plate.
"Get up," the captain said again, and the wagon loaded with gruyere cheese entered France.
Andrew had some gruyere cheese, easily accessible to the boyish plunderers of his larder.
Our only arms were the captain's whip, our uniforms our peasants' blouses, and our food the gruyere cheese.
What other cheese has great holes in it like gruyere, or what other is as round as a cannon-ball like that cheese called Dutch?
A delicious square of gruyere cheese wrapped in newspaper still bore imprinted on its dewy surface the words "General News."
He cut a piece of gruyere, the girl watching him the while with her narrow eyes.
1802, from Gruyère, the name of the Swiss town and surrounding district where the cheese is made. The place name is said to be ultimately from Latin grus "crane."