a mild-tasting oil extracted from peanuts and used in cooking
noun 1. a person stationed in a position on the ground to watch, follow, and report on flights of aircraft, especially of enemy aircraft.
[ground-out] /ˈgraʊndˌaʊt/ noun, Baseball. 1. a play in which a batter is put out at first base after hitting a ground ball to the infield.
[grahynd] /graɪnd/ verb (used with object), ground or (Rare) grinded; grinding. 1. to wear, smooth, or sharpen by abrasion or friction; whet: to grind a lens. 2. to reduce to fine particles, as by pounding or crushing; bray, triturate, or pulverize. 3. to oppress, torment, or crush: to grind the poor. 4. to rub harshly […]
noun 1. the burrowing owl.