grange

Part of speech: noun

Granger.

Part of speech: noun

A farm, with its dwelling house.

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Usage examples "grange":

  1. At this time the Castle of Edinburgh was held in the Queen's interest by Kirkcaldy of Grange, who seems to have been won over by the guile of Lethington. - "John Knox and the Reformation", Andrew Lang.
  2. By and by she arrived at the heavy front door of the old Grange. - "A Girl in Ten Thousand", L. T. Meade.
  3. I had to give up the lease of the Grange, and there is no house round here which I could afford to take. - "The Betrayal", E. Phillips Oppenheim.