grosser

[ groh-ser ]
/ ˈgroʊ sər /

noun Informal.

a commercial production, as a motion picture or record, that generates a large amount of income.

Origin of grosser

First recorded in 1955–60; gross + -er1

Definition for grosser (2 of 2)

Origin of gross

1350–1400; Middle English < Old French gros large (as noun, grosse twelve dozen) < Late Latin gross(us) thick, coarse

SYNONYMS FOR gross

4 low, animal, sensual, broad.
6 massive, great.

ANTONYMS FOR gross

OTHER WORDS FROM gross

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British Dictionary definitions for grosser

Derived forms of gross

grossly, adverbgrossness, noun

Word Origin for gross

C14: from Old French gros large, from Late Latin grossus thick
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Medical definitions for grosser

Gross
[ grōs ]
Samuel David 1805-1884

American surgeon and educator who wrote widely influential medical treatises, including A System of Surgery (1859).
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Cultural definitions for grosser

gross

Exclusive of deductions, prior to taxation, as in gross income. (Compare net.) Total, aggregate, as in gross domestic product.

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