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gript
[gript]
VERB
1.
a past participle and simple past tense of grip.
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Gript definition, a past participle and simple past tense of grip. See more.

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Gript definition: → grip 1 | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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Griot definition: (in Western Africa) a member of a caste responsible for maintaining an oral record of... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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To grip something is to hold it firmly. You might grip the TV remote to keep your roommate from trying to change the channel.

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An African tribal storyteller and musician is called a griot. The griot's role was to preserve the genealogies and oral traditions of the tribe. They were usually ...

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Named so due to the size of the wad of bills. Unlike a "stack" which is how 10 $100 bills are put together (in a stack), a grip is 10 stacks, only way to hold it is to  ...

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Feb 13, 2006 ... Son House was the original American griot. ... The Urban Dictionary Mug. One side has the word, ... Damn let me get some piklis with that griot.

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a. A tight hold; a firm grasp: a drowning swimmer now safely in the grip of a lifeguard. b. The pressure or strength of such a grasp: a wrestler with an unmatched ...

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