[ gren-fel ]
/ ˈgrɛn fɛl /
Sir Wilfred Thom·a·son [tom-uh-suhn], /ˈtɒm ə sən/, 1865–1940, English physician and missionary in Labrador and Newfoundland.
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How to use Grenfell in a sentence
Whisky is scarce in that country, but it is obtainable, and Grenfell generally procured a good deal of it.
Grenfell evidently understood him, and drew himself up with an attempt at dignity.
This would render it necessary to buy one; and to meet this expenditure Grenfell had six dollars and Weston not very much more.
Weston, who had been sent to work some distance from the camp that day and had not heard of this mishap, felt sorry for Grenfell.
British Dictionary definitions for Grenfell
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