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1. Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0
Babylonian, C, C-note, Corinthian, G, G-note, Klavier, M, Steinway, admirable, advantageous, aggrandized, all-inclusive, apotheosized, aristocratic, august, auspicious, awe-inspiring, awesome, awful, baby grand, barbaric, baronial, beatified, beneficial, benevolent, big, big-league, big-name, big-time, bigwig, bigwigged, bon, bonny, braw, buck, bueno, bumper, canonized, capital, cartwheel, celebrated, cembalo, cent, century, chief, chiliad, chiliagon, chiliahedron, chiliarch, chiliarchia, clarichord, clavicembalo, clavichord, clavicittern, clavicymbal, clavicytherium, clavier, cogent, commendable, complete, comprehensive, concert grand, consequential, considerable, copper, cottage piano, couched harp, courtly, deep, deified, deluxe, dignified, dime, distinguished, dollar, dollar bill, double-barreled, dulcimer harpsichord, earthshaking, elaborate, elegant, elevated, eminent, ennobled, enormous, enshrined, enthroned, estimable, exalted, excellent, exhaustive, expedient, extravagant, fabulous, fair, famous, fancy, fantastic, favorable, fifty cents, fin, fine, first-class, first-rate, fish, five cents, five hundred dollars, five-dollar bill, five-hundred-dollar bill, five-spot, fiver, flamboyant, flashy, foremost, four bits, frogskin, full, garish, gaudy, glorified, glorious, good, goodly, gorgeous, grand piano, grandiose, grave, great, half G, half a C, half dollar, half grand, hammer dulcimer, harmonichord, harpsichord, head, healthy, heavy, heavyweight, held in awe, helpful, high, high and mighty, high-powered, highest, histrionic, huge, hundred-dollar bill, illustrious, immense, immortal, immortalized, important, imposing, impressive, inspiring, intense, iron man, irresistible, kilo, kilocycle, kilogram, kilohertz, kiloliter, kilometer, kind, kingly, lakh, large, large-scale, laudable, lavish, leading, legendary, lofty, lordly, luxurious, magisterial, magnificent, magnified, main, majestic, major, man-sized, manichord, manichordon, marvy, material, maximum, melodion, melopiano, mighty, mill, millennium, millepede, milligram, milliliter, momentous, monochord, monumental, moving, myriad, name, nice, nickel, noble, notable, numerous, one hundred thousand, opulent, ornate, ostentatious, outstanding, overdone, pair of virginals, palatial, parlor grand, penny, pianette, pianino, piano, piano-violin, pianoforte, pleasant, plenary, plush, posh, powerful, pretentious, princely, principal, prodigious, profitable, proud, quarter, queenly, red cent, regal, renowned, respected, revered, ritzy, royal, sainted, sanctified, sawbuck, sedate, self-important, serious, showy, shrined, significant, silver dollar, sizable, skillful, skin, smacker, smashing, sober, solemn, sostinente pianoforte, sound, spinet, splendacious, splendid, splendiferous, square piano, stately, statuesque, strong, stupendous, sublime, substantial, sum, sumptuous, super, superb, supereminent, superfancy, superfine, superior, swank, swanky, swell, tall, ten cents, ten thousand, ten-spot, tenner, terrific, thou, thousand, thousand dollars, thousand-dollar bill, throned, tidy, total, towering, tremendous, twenty-dollar bill, twenty-five cents, two bits, two-dollar bill, two-spot, upright, upright piano, useful, valid, venerable, very good, violin piano, virginal, virtuous, weighty, wonderful, world-shaking, worthy, yard
Dictionary Results for grand:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
grand
    adj 1: of behavior that is impressive and ambitious in scale or
           scope; "an expansive lifestyle"; "in the grand manner";
           "collecting on a grand scale"; "heroic undertakings"
           [syn: expansive, grand, heroic]
    2: of or befitting a lord; "heir to a lordly fortune"; "of
       august lineage" [syn: august, grand, lordly]
    3: rich and superior in quality; "a princely sum"; "gilded
       dining rooms" [syn: deluxe, gilded, grand, luxurious,
       opulent, princely, sumptuous]
    4: extraordinarily good or great ; used especially as
       intensifiers; "a fantastic trip to the Orient"; "the film was
       fantastic!"; "a howling success"; "a marvelous collection of
       rare books"; "had a rattling conversation about politics"; "a
       tremendous achievement" [syn: fantastic, grand,
       howling(a), marvelous, marvellous, rattling(a),
       terrific, tremendous, wonderful, wondrous]
    5: of high moral or intellectual value; elevated in nature or
       style; "an exalted ideal"; "argue in terms of high-flown
       ideals"- Oliver Franks; "a noble and lofty concept"; "a grand
       purpose" [syn: exalted, elevated, sublime, grand,
       high-flown, high-minded, lofty, rarefied, rarified,
       idealistic, noble-minded]
    6: large and impressive in physical size or extent; "the bridge
       is a grand structure"
    7: the most important and magnificent in adornment; "grand
       ballroom"; "grand staircase"
    8: used of a person's appearance or behavior; befitting an
       eminent person; "his distinguished bearing"; "the monarch's
       imposing presence"; "she reigned in magisterial beauty" [syn:
       distinguished, grand, imposing, magisterial]
    n 1: the cardinal number that is the product of 10 and 100 [syn:
         thousand, one thousand, 1000, M, K, chiliad,
         G, grand, thou, yard]
    2: a piano with the strings on a horizontal harp-shaped frame;
       usually supported by three legs [syn: grand piano, grand]

2. The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
Grand \Grand\ (gr[a^]nd), a. [Compar. Grander
   (gr[a^]nd"[~e]r); superl. Grandest.] [OE. grant, grount,
   OF. grant, F. grand, fr. L. grandis; perh. akin to gravis
   heavy, E. grave, a. Cf. Grandee.]
   1. Of large size or extent; great; extensive; hence,
      relatively great; greatest; chief; principal; as, a grand
      mountain; a grand army; a grand mistake. "Our grand foe,
      Satan." --Milton.
      [1913 Webster]

            Making so bold . . . to unseal
            Their grand commission.               --Shak.
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   2. Great in size, and fine or imposing in appearance or
      impression; illustrious, dignifled, or noble (said of
      persons); majestic, splendid, magnificent, or sublime
      (said of things); as, a grand monarch; a grand lord; a
      grand general; a grand view; a grand conception.
      [1913 Webster]

            They are the highest models of expression, the
            unapproached
            masters of the grand style.           --M. Arnold.
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   3. Having higher rank or more dignity, size, or importance
      than other persons or things of the same name; as, a grand
      lodge; a grand vizier; a grand piano, etc.
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   4. Standing in the second or some more remote degree of
      parentage or descent; -- generalIy used in composition;
      as, grandfather, grandson, grandchild, etc.
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            What cause
            Mov'd our grand parents, in that happy state,
            Favor'd of Heaven so highly, to fall off
            From their Creator.                   --Milton.
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   Grand action, a pianoforte action, used in grand pianos, in
      which special devices are employed to obtain perfect
      action of the hammer in striking and leaving the string.
      

   Grand Army of the Republic, an organized voluntary
      association of men who served in the Union army or navy
      during the civil war in the United States. The order has
      chapters, called Posts, throughout the country.

   Grand paunch, a glutton or gourmand. [Obs.] --Holland.

   Grand pensionary. See under Pensionary.

   Grand piano (Mus.), a large piano, usually harp-shaped, in
      which the wires or strings are generally triplicated,
      increasing the power, and all the mechanism is introduced
      in the most effective manner, regardless of the size of
      the instrument.

   Grand relief (Sculp.), alto relievo.

   Grand Seignior. See under Seignior.

   Grand stand, the principal stand, or erection for
      spectators, at a, race course, etc.

   Grand vicar (Eccl.), a principal vicar; an ecclesiastical
      delegate in France.

   Grand vizier. See under Vizier.

   Syn: Magnificent; sublime; majestic; dignified; elevated;
        stately; august; pompous; lofty; eralted; noble.

   Usage: Grand, Magnificent, Sublime. Grand, in reference to
          objects of taste, is applied to that which expands the
          mind by a sense of vastness and majesty; magnificent
          is applied to anything which is imposing from its
          splendor; sublime describes that which is awful and
          elevating. A cataract is grand; a rich and varied
          landscape is magnificent; an overhanging precipice is
          sublime. "Grandeur admits of degrees and
          modifications; but magnificence is that which has
          already reached the highest degree of superiority
          naturally belonging to the object in question."
          --Crabb.
          [1913 Webster]

3. Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Revised 6th Ed (1856)
GRAND. An epithet frequently used to denote that the thing. to which it is 
joined is of more importance and dignity, than other things of the same 
name; as, grand assize, a writ in a real action to determine the right of 
property in land; grand cape, a writ used in England, on a plea of land, 
when the tenant makes default in appearance at the day given for the king to 
take the land into his hands; grand days, among the English lawyers, are 
those days in term which are solemnly kept in the inns of court and 
chancery, namely, Candlemas day, in Hilary term; Ascension day, in Easter 
term; and All Saint's day, in Michaelmas term; which days are dies non 
juridici. Grand distress is the name of a writ so called because of its 
extent, namely, to all. the goods and chattels of the party distrained 
within the county; this writ is believed to be peculiar to England. Grand 
Jury. (q. v.) Grand serjeantry, the name of an ancient English military 
tenure. 



4. U.S. Gazetteer Counties (2000)
Grand -- U.S. County in Utah
   Population (2000):    8485
   Housing Units (2000): 4062
   Land area (2000):     3681.560109 sq. miles (9535.196504 sq. km)
   Water area (2000):    12.515689 sq. miles (32.415485 sq. km)
   Total area (2000):    3694.075798 sq. miles (9567.611989 sq. km)
   Located within:       Utah (UT), FIPS 49
   Location:             38.823392 N, 109.472540 W
   Headwords:
    Grand
    Grand, UT
    Grand County
    Grand County, UT


5. U.S. Gazetteer Counties (2000)
Grand -- U.S. County in Colorado
   Population (2000):    12442
   Housing Units (2000): 10894
   Land area (2000):     1846.674737 sq. miles (4782.865409 sq. km)
   Water area (2000):    22.930219 sq. miles (59.388993 sq. km)
   Total area (2000):    1869.604956 sq. miles (4842.254402 sq. km)
   Located within:       Colorado (CO), FIPS 08
   Location:             40.087637 N, 106.070981 W
   Headwords:
    Grand
    Grand, CO
    Grand County
    Grand County, CO


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