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Gropper

[ grop-er ]
/ ˈgrɒp ər /
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noun
William, 1897–1977, U.S. painter.
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How to use Gropper in a sentence

  • Later in the day Mudge and Gropper laughed heartily at the expense of the former's erstwhile host.

    Gladiator|Philip Wylie
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