- (of wheat or other grain) ground between millstones, especially those made of burstone, so as to retain the whole of the grain and preserve nutritional content.
Origin of stone-ground
First recorded in 1900–05
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Examples from the Web for stoneground
The view of Stoneground Vicarage, therefore, was shown to her upon its arrival.
The fire is still spoken of in Stoneground with great regret.
“The Vicar of Stoneground, without a doubt,” said Mr. Batchel.
He seldom desires a long acquaintance either with Stoneground or its people.
Stoneground, however, is no longer the inaccessible village, which in the middle ages stood out above a waste of waters.
- (of flour) ground with millstones