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Grundy

[gruhn-dee] /ˈgrʌn di/
noun
1.
Felix, 1777–1840, American politician: senator 1829–38, 1839–40; attorney general 1838–39.
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Grundy

/ˈɡrʌndɪ/
noun
1.
a narrow-minded person who keeps critical watch on the propriety of others
Derived Forms
Grundyism, noun
Grundyist, Grundyite, noun
Word Origin
C18: named after Mrs Grundy, the character in T. Morton's play Speed the Plough (1798)
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