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Graves

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[ grahv; French grav ]
/ grɑv; French grav /
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noun
a wine-growing district in Gironde department, in SW France.
a dry, red or white table wine produced in this region.
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Other definitions for Graves (2 of 2)

Graves2
[ greyvz ]
/ greɪvz /

noun
Morris, 1910–2001, U.S. painter.
Robert (Ran·ke) [rahng-kuh], /ˈrɑŋ kə/, 1895–1985, English poet, novelist, and critic.
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British Dictionary definitions for Graves (1 of 2)

Graves1
/ (ɡrɑːv) /

noun
(sometimes not capital) a white or red wine from the district around Bordeaux, France

British Dictionary definitions for Graves (2 of 2)

Graves2
/ (ɡreɪvz) /

noun
Robert (Ranke). 1895–1985, English poet, novelist, and critic, whose works include his World War I autobiography, Goodbye to All That (1929), and the historical novels I, Claudius (1934) and Claudius the God (1934)
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