grainfield grainfield

Definition(s):

  • (n) a field where grain is grown

Usage(s):

  1. Out of the ripe grainfield sown by studio executives, wives, movie stars and pressagents, she may reap 30 or so printable bits.
  2. When it takes off from a grainfield, its favorite lunching pad, the wily bird careens like a missile with a faulty guidance system.
  3. It is as if somebody were trying to console a weary harvester in a 15th-Century grainfield by hinting that in the 20th Century a mechanical reaper and binder might be invented.

News

  • Bernard R. ‘Bernie’ Kaiser 1937 - 2013

    MANHATTAN Bernard R. Bernie Kaiser, 75, died Oct. 16, 2013 at Colmery O Neal VA Medical Center in Topeka. Born Dec. 5, 1937 in Grainfield, he was the son of Carl and Anna (Zerr) Kaiser. He married Debra Ann Desbien. She died on July 23, 1990. A former resident of Hill City, he was an auctioneer. Mr. Kaiser was a veteran of the United States Army. Survivors include a son, Darin Kaiser ...
    on October 19, 2013     Source: Great Bend Tribune

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