grogram was an old butler who had been in the old Earl's service for thirty years.
Time had stiffened, not softened, both her grogram and her prejudices.
He stood opposite to Amy for some moments, then said, with a smile, 'I was wrong about the grogram.
I believe Mr. Harris in Spittlefields (of whom I had the last) will let you have the grogram as good and cheap as anybody.
There must be the church, and all that; and for the rest, Amy, I don't think I shall find out whether you wear lace or grogram.'
In truth, he thought she looked very pretty in it, better than in grogram or in linsey-woolsey, although at double the cost.
"We can prove by grogram that she was told that another wife was living," said Sir William.