grist definition

  • noun:
    • Grain or a quantity of grain for milling.
    • Ground grain.
    • whole grain this is certainly becoming ground in a mill
    • a team of bees
    • supply; provision
    • certain measurements of rope, typical grist being a rope three inches in circumference, with twenty yarns in all the three strands.
    • Ground corn; whatever is surface at one time; just as much grain as is held on mill previously, or perhaps the meal it creates.
    • provide; supply.
    • In line generating, a given size of rope, typical grist being a rope three inches in circumference, with twenty yarns in all the three strands.
    • 1. A grinding: in the quote used of this gnashing associated with the teeth.
    • what is ground; corn becoming floor; whole grain carried toward mill becoming ground independently for its owner.
    • extent ground at one time; the grain transported into the mill for grinding previously.
    • therefore Material for a celebration; a supply or supply.
    • Material for example brewing. Start to see the plant.
    • confirmed size of line or yarn, as based on the actual quantity of material. The most popular grist of line is a circumference of 3 inches, with 20 yarns in all the 3 strands.
    • whole grain meant to be or that has been ground
  • idiom:
    • (one's) Something that can be used to benefit.

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