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How To Spell Graff?

Correct spelling: Graff

What are the common typos for Graff?

  • grsaff,
  • hgraff,
  • vraff,
  • tgraff,
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  • rgaff,
  • wraff,
  • g5raff,
  • gragff,
  • grafff,
  • grzaff,
  • grafrf,
  • grsff,
  • graffv,
  • grafdf,
  • graphf,
  • ygraff,
  • yraff,
  • Grafn,
  • graqff,
  • g raff,
  • grarff,
  • gdraff,
  • bgraff,
  • graffc,
  • gvraff,
  • Gpaff,
  • grawff,
  • Grafb,
  • braff,
  • graf f,
  • oraff,
  • grwaff,
  • Grcff,
  • gfraff,
  • grafgf,
  • grazff,
  • gratff,
  • gr5aff,
  • grraff,
  • vgraff,
  • grzff,
  • g5aff,
  • gra ff,
  • grqaff,
  • hraff,
  • grasff,
  • gyraff,
  • Grabf,
  • gravff,
  • gr4aff,
  • gradff,
  • gtraff,
  • gr aff,
  • ghraff.

What is the definition of Graff?

  1. A steward; an overseer.

Google Ngram Viewer results for Graff:

This graph shows how "Graff" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

What are the usage examples for Graff?

  1. " All that touches the Sea Gull is a thing by itself," cried pretty Astar Graff whose husband was one of the Sea Gull's crew. – An Orkney Maid by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
  2. It may have been on that second cruise,- it was once when he was up the Mediterranean,- that Mrs. Graff the celebrated Southern beauty of those days, danced with him. – The Man Without a Country by Edward E. Hale
  3. The friar rode off alone; and after the foresters had lost sight of him they heard his voice through the twilight, singing,- A staff, a staff, of a young oak graff That is both stoure and stiff, Is all a good friar can needs desire To shrive a proud sheriffe. – Maid Marian by Thomas Love Peacock

What are the rhymes for Graff?

  1. fraph, staff, gaff, naff, raf, taff, gaffe, laff, graf, laugh, graph, gaf, raff, half, chaff, calf;
  2. giraffe, behalf;
  3. unitaf;
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