grinder

[grahyn-der]

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English. See grind, -er1


5. See hero sandwich.
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grinder (ˈɡraɪndə)
 
n
1.  a person who grinds, esp one who grinds cutting tools
2.  a machine for grinding
3.  a molar tooth

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Example sentences
He has already gotten a patent for his improved pepper grinder.
These were not the organ grinder with his monkey or a completely illiterate
  gangster.
Using a grinder attachment for a stand mixer, push all contents though grinder,
  including liquids.
In the future, a giant meat grinder will smash up books and electricity will
  put them in your brain.
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