[grand, gran-dee, grahn-dey; Portuguese grahn-di]
- Rio. Rio Grande.
- a town in NE Oregon.
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Examples from the Web for grande
Brutally, Ms. Grande, to be a true diva you need to have lived a bit.
Grande, who like Cyrus is 21, had been called a diva and was upset about it.
The problem is Grande has now painted herself into a bit of a nice-girl corner, which is a place no diva ever wants to be.
The ancient Grande Mosque and Kasbah fortress line the main plaza square.Morocco's Secret All-Blue City
August 28, 2014
Nevertheless, Grande manages to shoot her foes to smithereens.Ariana Grande’s Gay-Friendly Intergalactic Dance Party
August 13, 2014
It was always a grande passion with me, or what I took for such.Malbone
Thomas Wentworth Higginson
The gentleman is a grande Segnore, grande Segnore, grande Segnore.The Middle Class Gentleman
They were part of the grande arme under orders for Boulogne.Tom Burke Of "Ours", Volume I (of II)
Charles James Lever
For Elsa, more than any one on Grande Mignon, was a person of ways and means.
The departure of the fleet from Grande Mignon was a sad day in the history of the island.