OTHER WORDS FROM GrenadaGre·na·di·an [gri-ney-dee-uhn], /grɪˈneɪ di ən/, adjective, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH GrenadaGranada, Grenada
Words nearby Grenada
How to use Grenada in a sentence
It could guarantee that Grenada would be protected when the next climate catastrophe arrived.
Grenada, already heavily indebted before the storm, still plunged into a deep recession.
This also brought Grenada, a grouping of Caribbean islands of 112,000 people, its first-ever Olympic medal.
He also acknowledged that “we have a legitimate national interest” in Grenada.
If that is the case, I fail to see how anyone can believe that Grenada posed no threat to our well-being.
In 2006, Taylor began installing his first major underwater construction in Grenada.Artist Jason deCaires Taylor’s Underwater Sculptures Are a Sight to Sea|Justin Jones|April 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When they received an incomprehensible cable from Grenada, they just ignored it.
Even so, Grenada had its little chapter in the history of global Communism, albeit the opposite of what Bishop had hoped.
At the narrow stairway, many had tried to ascend; none had passed Musa, "Sword of Grenada."God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis
The entire force now moved forward rapidly towards Grenada, the 11th Ill.A History of the Ninth Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry|Marion Morrison
The struggle between the parties continued, until after the junction of New Grenada and Venezuela, in 1819.Great Events in the History of North and South America|Charles A. Goodrich
He appeared in Grenada, not as a disgraced man, but richly dressed, and attended by a noble retinue.
The women were wrapped in mantles like the female Moors of Grenada, and the men had cloths of cotton round their loins.