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grapevine a vine on which grapes grow. [2 definitions]
-graph a suffix that means "something drawn or written." [2 definitions]
graph a diagram that shows a relationship between two or more changing things by lines, bars, dots, or portions of a circle. [2 definitions]
graphic of or related to pictures or writing such as photography, painting, and printing. [3 definitions]
graphics (used with a plural verb) the charts, maps, drawings, and other images used in printed works such as books and magazines. [2 definitions]
graphite a soft black or gray form of carbon. It is the writing material in pencils, and it has many uses in industry.
grasp to take hold of with a hand or other thing that is capable of holding. [4 definitions]
grass a green plant with narrow pointed leaves and stems with joints. Grass often covers lawns and meadows. [2 definitions]
grasshopper an insect with long, powerful hind legs for jumping and two pairs of wings. Grasshoppers eat plants.
grassland a large area of land covered by grass.
grassy covered with grass.
grate1 a frame of crossed or parallel metal bars used as a covering or guard over an opening. [2 definitions]
grate2 to make a sharp grinding noise. [4 definitions]
grateful feeling thankful or showing thanks for kindness or something pleasing.
gratify to please; satisfy.
grating1 a frame of bars that covers an opening; grate.
gratitude the feeling of being thankful; gratefulness.
grave1 a hole dug in the ground where a dead body is buried.
grave2 very serious or important; causing deep concern. [3 definitions]
gravel a loose mixture of small stones, pebbles, and sometimes sand.
graveyard an area of ground where dead people are buried; cemetery.