grist : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n grain intended to be or that has been ground
- Let's face it: this political campaign is suffering from a grist shortage.
- Kennedy told PTI in 2001 that while privacy would be his "ultimate luxury," there were advantages to having the details of his life be public grist.
- But all of this was merely grist for Ahmadinejad.
News & Articles
- 1 dead after three-vehicle crash
A three-vehicle accident on Grist Mill Road at the intersection with Alabama 21 Monday evening left one woman dead and another driver airlifted to Birmingham. The woman was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced dead on the scene. No other information was available Monday evening.
June 13, 2013 - The Daily Home
- Speed a factor in fatal crash
TALLADEGA COUNTY — A Childersburg woman was killed following a two-vehicle accident on Grist Mill Road and Alabama 21 Monday afternoon.
June 12, 2013 - The Daily Home
- Katy Perry, linked again to John Mayer, seen with Robert Pattinson
Keeping up with Katy Perry’s love life is proving grist for the Hollywood gossip mill. No sooner did we hear the pop star had reignited her romance with ex-beau John Mayer, than weekend sightings of Perry looking cozy with “Twilight” star Robert Pattinson made folks think Russell Brand’s ex-wife was back to playing the field. “I think Katy is not interested in getting serious with anyone at this ...
June 9, 2013 - Chicago Sun-Times
- Richard Myers in GOPUSA
As Myers says in a court document, "It is probable that Al-Qaeda and other groups will seize upon these images and videos as grist for their propaganda mill which will result in, besides violent attacks, increased terrorist recruitment, continued...
- Jon Stewart in New York Times
Hopefully the process is to spot things that would be grist for the funny mill,Mr. Stewart, 45, said. "In some respects, the heavier subjects are the ones that are most loaded with opportunity because they have the most - you know, the...
- Michael Connelly in San Luis Obispo Tribune
From the standpoint of a writer, I saw the grist for a character,Connelly said. "I thought if I could write a story about someone going through this, it could be a character that would live in people's imaginations."