|Grocott & Ward, comps. Grocotts Familiar Quotations, 6th ed. 189-?.|
|His comrades terrors to beguile,|
Grinnd horribly a ghastly smile.
Churchill.The Ghost, Book II.
|He ceasd for both seemd highly pleasd, and|
Death grinnd horrible a ghastly smile, to hear
His famine should be filld, and blest his maw
Destind to that good hour.
Milton.Par. Lost, Book II. Line 846.
|Not even one was willing to imitate a dog when provoked; if they didnt laugh, they might at least have grinnd with their teeth.|
Rileys Plautus.The Captive, Act III. Scene 1. Page 448.
|They grin like a dog, and run about through the city.|
Psalm lix. Ver. 6.