Noun(1) grain intended to be or that has been ground
(1) All of that is good grist for Winchester, who summarizes the grand debates on evolution and even pauses at one point to provide a refresher course in geology in the form of a walk through rockscapes of his childhood.(2) All experience is grist ; but he can't plant his easel before a nude, a still-life, a landscape, nor transform a personality tangle into a sonnet-sequence or a novella.(3) The grist of commercial radio also is relationships, with callers discussing the range of concerns from distribution of money for food and school fees, to domestic violence, alcoholism, affairs, and recipes.(4) They found grist for their conspiracy theories in the most innocent of details.(5) Their failure provides grist for conservative educational ideologues to victim-bash and propagate the phony notion of chronic black educational incompetence.(6) the research provided the most sensational grist for opponents of tobacco(7) There is no doubt that this chronological telling, which is scrupulously accurate in its lengthy citations of Luther's writings, provides abundant grist for anti - Protestant polemics.(8) Furthermore, the multiple perspectives may offer the grist needed for marshaling varied arguments on local levels.(9) Also buried here is a son, Sherwood White, who operated a grist mill on Second Creek a few miles west of Rogersville.(10) And what made the book so important was that it provided grist for a debate which was going on in Washington last year between the Pentagon's civilian political appointees and those in uniform.(11) Independent researchers are supposed to provide a counterbalance, thwarting the drug industry's tendency to turn research studies into marketing grist .(12) Census of 1861 reported that there were 13 flour and grist mills operating in Simcoe County.(13) If the adversaries can't agree on a ├ö├ç├┐fair├ö├ç├û plea, one side holds out until the other blinks, or they duke it out in trial, where relevant facts are the grist for a good defense.(14) The owners of early 19 th-century New England grist mills were usually rather prosperous men, and like most of the population at that time, the majority were farmers.(15) The primary thrust has been to provide greater grist for litigation, rather than tackling the hard work of defining acceptable conduct.(16) The reintroduction of a deeply resented tax on grist in the former papal provinces of Emilia and Romagna provoked widespread unrest in the late 1860s.
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Different Formsgrist, gristly
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