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The nurse, a comfortable looking Griffe woman in white apron and cap, was urging her to return to her bedroom.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories|Kate Chopin
I longed to interpose with a warning word, for in the handwriting I recognized the griffe of the fatal Delilah.Guy Livingstone;|George A. Lawrence
Monsieur only goes away to wait upon the griffe, his master, when he wants more work; his griffe is a slop tailor.A Tramp's Wallet|William Duthie
There was a flash of light, and I saw a great griffe standing there, looking at me curiously.
But the griffe rudely jerked me to my feet again, and told me, I suppose, that I was to accompany him.