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palsgrave

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noun pals·grave \ˈpȯlz-ˌgrāv\

Definition of palsgrave



Origin and Etymology of palsgrave

Dutch paltsgrave


First Known Use: 1539

Rhymes with palsgrave

airwave, behave, brain wave, cold wave, concave, conclave, deprave, dissave, drawshave, enclave, engrave, enslave, exclave, ground wave, heat wave, margrave, new wave, octave, outbrave, Palgrave, shock wave, shortwave, sine wave, sky wave, sound wave, spokeshave, S wave, wage slave, white slave, Wind Cave


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