verb (used without object), grid·ed, grid·ing.
verb (used with object), grid·ed, grid·ing.
- grid variation,
- gridiron pendulum,
- gridiron-tailed lizard,
Origin of gride
Examples from the Web for gride
Then I saw some cabmen and others had walked boldly into the sand pits, and heard the clatter of hoofs and the gride of wheels.The War of the Worlds|H. G. Wells
Still Gride made no answer, but tore and scratched among the papers, and yelled and screeched like a fiend in torment.
The allusion to friends, and the offer of money, Gride held to be mere empty vapouring, for purposes of delay.
Ralph, for his share, was to get some of the money the old man Gride knew should be Madeline's.
Vainly did Gride bemoan the loss of the money he had hoped to gain, and vainly did Ralph Nickleby, with curses, try to prevent.