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Things grind often describes (“grind ________”)
stone, stones, meal, out, pepper, seeds, salt, coffee, organ, corn, meat, mill, nuts, materials, spices, almonds, face, garlic, ginger, beef, fine, valves, teeth, leaves, routine, onion, tablets, material, chillies, pork, sample, shaft, tissue, coconut, house, beans, glass, liver, samples, surface, onions, clearance, test, dance, tools, meats, flesh, walnuts, grain, tool, cornmeal, lead, ground, bevel, seed, rice, fish, ingredients, mixture, coriander, music, trimmings, wheat, knives, flour, everything, drill, bearing, peanuts, stain, skin, items, peppers, raisins, surfaces, metal, colors, verb, half, peppercorns, contents, welds, shop, cranberries, fit, edges, ham, beat, powder, wheel, gold, shank, grains

Descriptive words:
daily, long, hard, old, steady, slow, fine, day, dull, monotonous, coarse, constant, regular, greasy, tough, endless, mechanical, awful, everyday, finer, rough, ceaseless, usual, eternal, academic, dreary, terrible, relentless, weekly, continuous, horrid, hollow, weary, everlasting, groschinsky, heavy, mere, uphill, deadly, sheer, tedious, coarser, routine, continual, incessant, grueling, hour, perpetual, and, five, fearful, year, exhausting, grim, harsh, dry, unending, mile, wearisome, corporate, horrible, humdrum, cruel, deadening, unremitting, arduous, hopeless, terrific, steep, nightly, beastly, merciless, metallic, unrelenting, infernal, remorseless, familiar

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Book See grind used in context: 100+ rhymes, 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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