Thorns meant nothing to grater, however, in his bright suit of mail.
"Here are some in the grater," said Miss Ophelia, holding them up.
The same quantity of potatoes and suet, and one ounce of hung beef, grated fine with a grater, and mixed and baked as before.
We were hunting the great Cat and grater, who are our enemies.
Why, it will make your skin as rough as a grater and as greasy as an Indians!
He brought the grater, and she grated the bread on to a newspaper on the table.
Grate them, and take only the part that has passed through the grater—that it may be light.
He said he had been out three days, and hadn't sold a grater.
The tactile sense proper: One board with a corrugated surface (like a grater) and one smooth.
A grater is made by driving sharp bits of flint into a board.