Origin of grippe
OTHER WORDS FROM grippegrippal, adjectivegrippelike, adjectivepost·grip·pal, adjective
Words nearby grippe
How to use grippe in a sentence
I remember when I read Eternity, I was sick with grippe at the time and I just got sicker.
Influenza, called popularly the grippe, is caused by the bacillus influenzae, which was isolated by Pfeiffer in 1891.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
That was last winter—of the grippe—and I tell you I've felt bad about Sarah ever since.Earth's Enigmas|Charles G. D. Roberts
The hot-blanket pack is indicated at the onset of many fevers such as in typhoid, grippe, pneumonia, etc.
Another bath which is effectual at the onset of grippe or pneumonia is the sweating bath.
These things would account for the grippe, and for the abnormal fever of which Bennie boasted.Atlantic Narratives|Mary Antin