Origin of grille
OTHER WORDS FROM grillegrilled, adjectiveun·grilled, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH grillegrill, grille
Other definitions for grille (2 of 2)
Origin of grillé
How to use grille in a sentence
Davis and intern Carolina Chatterton were at the D.C. restaurant Capital Grille when they met a group of suited men.
Nobu, Hakkasan, BLT Steak, Capital Grille, Asia de Cuba, Mr. Chow—the list goes on and on.
Friends make dinner reservations at the Oyster Bar and Grille in Oak Bluffs.
And indeed, it mattered little to her—an Eastern woman whose life was usually bounded by a grille.Bella Donna|Robert Hichens
Had the automatic snout poking through the steel grille of the rear of the cage.
The mouth of a junction tunnel ran less than two feet away from that grille.
At last his determination triumphed, and the grille swung out, to fall with an appalling clatter to the floor.
Michael was pleased to observe a grille through which peered the eyes of the monastic porter, inquisitive of the wayfarers.Sinister Street, vol. 1|Compton Mackenzie