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Sangraal

[ sang-greyl ]
/ sæŋˈgreɪl /
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noun
the Holy Grail.
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Also San·gre·al [sang-gree-uhl]. /ˈsæŋ gri əl/.

Origin of Sangraal

First recorded in 1400–50; late Middle English sangrayle, seynt Graal, from Old French Saint Graal
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How to use Sangraal in a sentence

  • Mallory let him pass, straining his eyes in vain for a glimpse of the Sangraal.

    A Knyght Ther Was|Robert F. Young
  • "The Sangraal," he said, forgetting in his agitation the few odds and ends of Old English he had memorized.

    A Knyght Ther Was|Robert F. Young
  • "You mentioned something a while back about having been given guardianship of the Sangraal at your own request," he said.

    A Knyght Ther Was|Robert F. Young
  • He'd returned to the Age of Chivalry to steal the Sangraal, not to play nursemaid to damosels in distress.

    A Knyght Ther Was|Robert F. Young
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