[grev-il] /ˈgrɛv ɪl/
[foo lk] /fʊlk/ (Show IPA), 1st Baron Brooke, 1554–1628, English poet and statesman.
Fulke (fʊlk), 1st Baron Brooke. 1554–1628, English poet, writer, politician, and diplomat: Chancellor of the Exchequer (1614–22); author of The Life of the Renowned Sir Philip Sidney (1652)
/ɡrəˈvɪljə/ noun 1. any of a large variety of evergreen trees and shrubs that comprise the genus Grevillea, native to Australia, Tasmania, and New Caledonia: family Proteaceae
[groo] /gru/ verb 1. simple past tense of . [groh] /groʊ/ verb (used without object), grew, grown, growing. 1. to increase by natural development, as any living organism or part by assimilation of nutriment; increase in size or substance. 2. to form and increase in size by a process of inorganic accretion, as by crystallization. […]
[groo-suh m] /ˈgru səm/ adjective 1. . [groo-suh m] /ˈgru səm/ adjective 1. causing great horror; horribly repugnant; grisly: the site of a gruesome murder. 2. full of or causing problems; distressing: a gruesome day at the office. /ˈɡruːsəm/ adjective 1. an archaic or US spelling of gruesome /ˈɡruːsəm/ adjective 1. inspiring repugnance and horror; […]
[greks] /grɛks/ noun 1. a numerical system for measuring the size of fibers, filaments, or yarns, based on the weight in grams of 10,000 meters of the fibrous material. /ɡrɛks/ noun 1. a group of plants that has arisen from the same hybrid parent group