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Great gross   /greɪt groʊs/   Listen
Great gross

noun
1.
A cardinal number equal to one dozen gross.  Synonym: 1728.






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"Great gross" Quotes from Famous Books



... things of Santa Fe; of El Palacio, home of all the Governors of New Mexico; an Indian pueblo first, it may have been standing there when William the Norman conquered Harold of the Saxon dynasty of England; or further back when Charlemagne was hanging heathen by the great great gross to make good Christians of them; or even when old Julius Caesar came and saw and conquered, on either side of the Rubicon, this same old structure may have sheltered rulers in a world unknown. They told us of the old, old church of San Miguel, a citadel for safety from the ...
— Vanguards of the Plains • Margaret McCarter



Words linked to "Great gross" :   1728, large integer



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