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Definition of "grangers" [grangers]

  • Plural form of granger. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "grangers" in a sentence
  • "There came to her, now and again, gentle old ranchers -- "grangers," they would be called -- and shy boys from the farms, but for the most part the men she saw embittered her, and she kept out of their sight as much as possible."
  • "A Texas congressman introduced a bill in the House of Representatives, but the grangers and the railroads opposed it firmly, and the northwestern cattlemen gave it no support."
  • "In 1884, cattlemen from the range country suddenly became so concerned over the rapid extension of fences and the growing power of the grangers that they gathered for a convention in St. Louis."