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Common misspellings for graham

karunamyi, prograham, gramma, grahm, peckham, granma, braham, grahic, givehim, gerizim, ibraheem, gramar, gahram, garahe, trhem, fakenham, grpahic, graohic, araham, grahame, grham, trayhnam, gradma, dagenham, gream, grahma, carehome, grahmm, greham, orihime, grama, rhyrhm, avraham, rahim, gramham, grntham, fareham, grahpam, gavehim, granmar, shoreham, grimhumour, gramamr, brenham, crhome, diagrahams, gilhamesh, grahmar, jeruslaham, raham, rythhm.

Definitions of graham

  1.   flour made by grinding the entire wheat berry including the bran; (` whole meal flour' is British usage)
  2.   United States dancer and choreographer whose work was noted for its austerity and technical rigor ( 1893- 1991)
  3.   United States evangelical preacher famous as a mass evangelist ( born in 1918)

Usage examples for graham

  1. She and Graham were good friends, and to please her he was to swim from the Whirlpool to Lewiston following her trip through the Rapids. ” – The Niagara River by Archer Butler Hulbert
  2. There were a few minutes of silence, and he became conscious that Mrs. Graham was making up her mind to say something, but when she spoke it was only to ask if there were anything serious the matter with the minister. ” – A Country Doctor and Selected Stories and Sketches by Sarah Orne Jewett
  3. J. Whiteside, J. S. Mill, Lord J. Russell, Lord Lytton, Viscount Palmerston, Sir J. Graham W. J. Fox, R. Cobden; T. S. Duncombe, H. Drummond, Sir C. Napier, Sir C. Lewis, Lord Herbert. ” – The Religious Life of London by J. Ewing Ritchie
  4. “ " Well, that is cowardly," answered Graham angrily; " then I suppose I must do it myself." ” – Eric, or Little by Little by Frederic W. Farrar
  5. His book education, which he owed mainly to the friendship of the parish schoolmaster, although nothing marvellous, or in Scotland very peculiar, had opened for him in all directions doors of thought and inquiry, but the desire of knowledge was in his case, again through the influences of Mr Graham subservient to an almost restless yearning after the truth of things, a passion so rare that the ordinary mind can hardly master even the fact of its existence. ” – The Marquis of Lossie by George MacDonald