Grainger

[greyn-jer]
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noun

Percy Al·dridge [awl-drij] /ˈɔl drɪdʒ/, 1882–1961, Australian pianist and composer, in the U.S. after 1915.

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Historical Examples of grainger

  • Perhaps it was rash; perhaps I ought to have shown it first of all to Miss Grainger.

    A Rent In A Cloud

    Charles James Lever

  • In spite of all you say, I positively adore that Grainger boy.

    Molly Bawn

    Margaret Wolfe Hamilton

  • Grainger himself is the only one wholly unconscious of any joke.

    Molly Bawn

    Margaret Wolfe Hamilton

  • Lawrence represented Lord Rakeland in the one, and Grainger in the other.

    Art in England

    Dutton Cook

  • I wonder who she is and what she wants to see Mr. Grainger for?



British Dictionary definitions for grainger

Grainger

noun

Percy Aldridge. 1882–1961, Australian pianist, composer, and collector of folk music on which many of his works are based
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