- Fran·çois Jo·seph Paul [frahn-swa zhaw-zef pawl] /frɑ̃ˈswa ʒɔˈzɛf pɔl/, Comte deMarquis de Grasse-Tilly, 1722–1788, French admiral.
- a city in S France, near the Mediterranean: tourist center; perfume industry. 135,330.
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Contemporary Examples of grasse
Grasse likens Art in the Age to other organic brands with strong philosophies.
In April, Grasse unveiled Spodee, a wine fortified with high proof moonshine that tastes strongly, and surprisingly, of chocolate.
I was not the wild child of advertising,” said Grasse, “but the insane person in advertising.
“I want to see what happens when I distill wild mushrooms that I foraged in the park,” said Grasse.
Historical Examples of grasse
Such must have been old Grasse, perched on the summit of her hill.Cathedrals and Cloisters of the South of France, Volume 1
Elise Whitlock Rose
And I had followed the flowers of Grasse to their destination.
Visiting perfumeries is evidently "the thing to do" in Grasse.
I owe to the Artist the pleasure of becoming acquainted with Grasse.
But, as in Grasse, we felt that we were really in France of all the centuries.