the concluding portion of a performance or entertainment, as a musical show, rodeo, etc., usually spectacular and involving most or all of the prior participants.
noun 1. a large fir, Abies grandis, of the western coast of North America, having a narrow, pointed crown and yielding a soft wood used for lumber, pulp, and boxes.
noun 1. a town in E North Dakota.
[French grahn gee-nyawl] /French grɑ̃ giˈnyɔl/ noun 1. a short drama stressing horror and sensationalism. 2. of, relating to, or resembling such a drama. /ɡrɑ̃ ɡiɲɔl/ noun 1. noun See Guignol
[gran-juh nt] /ˈgræn dʒənt/ noun 1. Charles Hall, 1862–1939, U.S. philologist and essayist.