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Definition of grain:

  1. 1. Cereal plants, corn wheat, rye, etc. 2. A seed of one of the cereal plants. 3. A minute, hard particle of any substance, as of sand. 4. A unit of weight, 1/ 60 dram, 1/ 480 ounce, 1/ 5760 pound; the equivalent of 0. 066 gram.
  2. Any small hard mass; a single hard seed of a plant, particularly of those kinds whose seeds are used for food; corn collectively, as wheat, rye, barley, oats, and maize; a minute particle; the smallest weight ordinarily used, being the twentieth part of the scruple in apothecaries weight, and the twenty- fourth of a pennyweight troy; a very small quantity; the veins or fibres of wood or other fibrous substances; the body or substance of wood as modified by the fibres; texture; state of the grit of any body composed of grains; the dye made from cochineal insects; the heart and temper.
  3. To paint in imitation of the grain or fibres of wood; to from into grains, as powder. A grain of allowance, a small allowance or indulgence. To dye in grain, to dye in the raw material. Grain- colours, the dyes made from cochineal.

Common misspellings for grain:

gran, graisn, grane, garin, grian, grqain.

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Examples of usage for grain:

  1. Yes, Captain Vergor, your grain as soon as we have gathered ours in.
  2. The scales that weigh poetry should turn with a grain of dust, with the weight of a sunbeam, for they weigh spirit.
  3. Upon the Western prairies only grain has been raised for so many years that in many places the soil will scarcely grow a crop worth gathering.

Quotes for grain:

  1. To see the world in a grain of sand, and to see heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hands, and eternity in an hour. - William Blake
  2. If that vital spark that we find in a grain of wheat can pass unchanged through countless deaths and resurrections, will the spirit of man be unable to pass from this body to another? - William Jennings Bryan
  3. I am a leader. Leaders always get heat. They're always going against the grain. Jimi Hendrix got heat; Bob Marley got heat; Miles Davis got heat. Every great artist got heat. Heat means you're doing something right. - Ziggy Marley
  4. The interesting thing is, while we die of diseases of affluence from eating all these fatty meats, our poor brethren in the developing world die of diseases of poverty, because the land is not used now to grow food grain for their families. - Jeremy Rifkin
  5. A wise woman puts a grain of sugar into everything she says to a man, and takes a grain of salt with everything he says to her. - Helen Rowland

Rhymes for grain:

  1. abstain, again, alain, alaine, alane, alayne, allain, amain.
  2. aine, arcane, arraign, attain, ayn, bahrain, bain, bane, bayne, biscayne, blain, blaine, blane, blayne, brain, butane, cain, caine, campaign, cane, chain, champagne, champaign, champlain, charlayne, charmain, charmaine, cheyne, cocaine, complain, constrain, contain, crain, craine, crane, crayne, dain, dane, dayne, deign, delaine, demain, detain, devane, dewayne, disdain, domain, drain, draine, duan, duane, duquesne, duwayne, dwayne, elaine, elane, elayne, explain, fain, fane, feign, fein, fontaine, fraine, frane, frayn, frayne, freyne, gain, germain, germaine, germane, hain, hane, heyne, humane, hussain, hussein, iain, inane, ingrain, insane, jain, jane, jayne, jermaine, kahane, kain, kaine, kane, kayne, lain, laine, lane, laraine, layne, ln, lorain, loraine, lorraine, maclean, main, maine, maintain, mane, mayne, mccain, mcclain, mclean, moraine, mundane, obtain, ordain, pain, paine, pane, payne, pertain, plain, plane, preordain, profane, rain, raine, rayne, refrain, regain, reign, rein, reine, remain, restrain, retain, retrain, rogaine, romain, romaine, sain, sane, shaine, shane, shayne, slain, slane, spain, spokane, sprain, stain, strain, sustain, swain, swaine, swayne, sylvain, terrain, thaine, thane, thayne, train, trane, tremaine, twain, ukraine, urbain, urbane, vain, vane, vein, wain, wane, wayne, zane.
  3. aquitaine, ascertain, entertain, inhumane.
  4. legerdemain.

Idioms for grain:

  1. take sth with a grain of salt, at take sth with a pinch of salt
  2. ain't got a grain of sense
  3. against the grain
  4. a grain of truth
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