grimgribber

noun
plural -s

Definition of grimgribber

obsolete
: technical jargon (as of legal matters)

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History and Etymology for grimgribber

from Grimgribber, an imaginary estate subject of a legal discussion in the play Conscious Lovers (1722) by Sir Richard Steele †1729 British essayist and dramatist

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