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grange / grānj/ • n. 1. [usu. in names] Brit. a country house with farm buildings attached: Biddulph Grange. ∎ hist. an outlying farm with tithe barns, belonging to a monastery or feudal lord. ∎ archaic a barn. 2. (the Grange) (in the U.S.) a farmers' association organized in 1867. The Grange sponsors social activities, community service, and political lobbying. Officially called the Order of Patrons of Husbandry. ∎  a local lodge of this association.

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grange (arch.) granary; farming establishment XIII; outlying farmhouse of an estate XIV. — (O)F. :- medL. grānica, sb. use of fem. of *grānicus pert. to grain, f. grānum GRAIN.

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grange

grangeFalange, flange •avenge, henge, revenge, Stonehenge •arrange, change, counterchange, estrange, exchange, grange, interchange, Lagrange, mange, part-exchange, range, short-change, strange •binge, cringe, fringe, hinge, impinge, singe, springe, swinge, syringe, tinge, twinge, whinge •challenge • orange • scavenge •lozenge • blancmange •lounge, scrounge •blunge, expunge, grunge, gunge, lunge, plunge, scunge, sponge

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