Graham - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈɡreɪəm|  American pronunciation of the word graham
Brit.  |ˈɡreɪəm|  British pronunciation of the word graham

noun

- United States evangelical preacher famous as a mass evangelist (born in 1918)
- United States dancer and choreographer whose work was noted for its austerity and technical rigor (1893-1991)
- flour made by grinding the entire wheat berry including the bran; (`whole meal flour' is British usage)

Examples

Graham put the van in neutral and jumped out into the road.

I've just started reading a book by Graham Greene.

Graham was in his element, building a fire and cooking the steaks.

Graham has excelled himself with the new exhibition.

We guffawed at what Graham had written.

Graham didn't reply, but she could see her words had hit home.

Graham's knee injury means he will be inactive for Sunday's game.

Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876.

Graham's very knowledgeable about wines.

Graham remained motionless.

She claims that Graham attacked her without any provocation.

Graham was repeatedly warned not to work so hard.

Graham felt a tingling sensation in his hand.

Graham had barely finished his coffee when Henry returned.

You could see the burning hatred behind Graham's calm manner.

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