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grappier cement

[ grap-ee-ey ]
/ ˈgræp iˌeɪ /
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noun
a by-product of the calcination of hydraulic lime, having similar properties and made from ground, unslaked lumps.
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Origin of grappier cement

1900–05; <French grappier, derivative of grappe bunch of grapes. See grape, -ier2
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