noun (used with a singular or plural verb)
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Examples from the Web for groats
His chance was now weak indeed, quite like Grantham gruel, three groats to a gallon of water.
Search in the larder revealed the groats, and the nurse began the cooking over the gas-stove.Married Life|May Edginton
If I had said a peck of groats he could not have appeared more indifferent.A Transient Guest|Edgar Saltus
The poems of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries mention soups made of peas, of bacon, of vegetables, and of groats.
You will find water in that pail, and the groats in that cupboard.Polish Fairy Tales|A. J. Glinski