Graustark

[grou-stahrk, graw-]
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noun

a novel (1901) by George Barr McCutcheon about the romantic and melodramatic adventures of military and courtly figures in the fictional kingdom of Graustark.

Related formsGrau·stark·i·an, adjective
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Historical Examples of graustark

  • A sequel quite as impossible as 'Graustark' and quite as entertaining.

  • The Prince of Graustark is none other than the son of the heroine of “Graustark.”

    Odd Numbers

    Sewell Ford

  • A sequel quite as impossible as ‘Graustark’ and quite as entertaining.

    Throckmorton

    Molly Elliot Seawell

  • The Prince of Graustark is none other than the son of the heroine of "Graustark."

    If Any Man Sin

    H. A. Cody

  • It was not for him to consider the conditions that distressed the Court of Graustark.

    Truxton King

    George Barr McCutcheon