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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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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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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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Define grip: to grab or hold (something) tightly — grip in a sentence. ... See grip defined for English-language learners ... A New Dictionary for a New President.

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At my friends wedding, I gave her a congradulatory grip and rip ... Thomas: I just had a grip and rip in the sieve shack today inside of my coveralls C.B: Thats sick  ...

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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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