1. grinding

noun. ['ˈgraɪndɪŋ'] a harsh and strident sound (as of the grinding of gears).


  • regularity

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Rhymes with Grinding

  • nonbinding
  • unwinding
  • reminding
  • blinding
  • winding
  • minding
  • finding
  • binding

Sentences with grinding

1. Adjective
The milling process extracts juice from the beets and cane with grinding pressure.

2. Noun, singular or mass
The arm aligns each of the six flat edges so that it is perpendicular to the grinding wheel.

3. Verb, gerund or present participle
Flour is made by grinding grain into a powder.

Quotes about grinding

1. One of my producers said this business is like a hamster on that little wheel thing that goes around and around. You may have a great day and get great ratings, but then you've got another show to do - whatever moment of success or happiness you have you've got to keep grinding it out for the next day.
- Sean Hannity

2. College is the grinding machine of the Mathematical Establishment, a conveyor belt that takes individuals from one cookie cutter to another so that the product comes within tight control limits out of the assembly line.
- Bill Gaede

2. grinding

noun. ['ˈgraɪndɪŋ'] material resulting from the process of grinding.


  • speck
  • molecule
  • mote
  • particle
  • atom

3. grinding

noun. ['ˈgraɪndɪŋ'] the wearing down of rock particles by friction due to water or wind or ice.


  • abrasion
  • detrition
  • friction
  • rubbing