Examples from the Web for grater
By luck when the grater dulled his edges, he made them exactly fit the notches in the keyhole.
With a bound Jeremiah and Grater mounted their weary steeds, and in a moment they were out of sight over the tree tops.
It iz better that we be grater than our condishun in life, than tew hav our condishun appear too grate for us.The Complete Works of Josh Billings|Henry W. Shaw
We were hunting the great Cat and Grater, who are our enemies.
The women often used a grater for the corn when it was very soft.Legends of the Skyline Drive and the Great Valley of Virginia|Carrie Hunter Willis
British Dictionary definitions for grater
Word Origin and History for grater
instrument for scraping (bread, ginger, etc.), late 14c., from Old French grateor, agent noun from grater (see grate (v.)).