[ greyn-jer ]
See synonyms for granger on
  1. Northwestern U.S. a farmer.

  2. (initial capital letter) a member of the Granger Movement.

Origin of granger

1125–75; Middle English gra(u)nger farm-bailiff <Anglo-French; Old French grangier.See grange, -er2 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use granger in a sentence

  • If the Vaughns had fought the Grangers, it was equally certain that the Grangers had been no whit behind in sanguinary reprisals.

    Ralph Granger's Fortunes | William Perry Brown
  • Jase eyed the two Grangers steadily, though not in anger as far as Ralph could see.

    Ralph Granger's Fortunes | William Perry Brown
  • He didn't think much of the Shonkin crew; grangers and pilgrims, he called them disgustedly in his mind.

    The Happy Family | Bertha Muzzy Bower
  • A glance told him that Grangers description had been apt but incomplete.

  • Hello, Lunn, he said easily, imitating Grangers manner of speech.