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a group of bees
grain that is to be ground in a mill
{n} grain ground or to be ground, profit
The crushed malts and adjuncts that are mixed with hot water to form the mash
Crushed grains as in barley
The course powder derived from malt that has been milled or "cracked" in the brewery prior to mashing
Malt (and sometimes other grains as well) which have been milled, to be used in a grain mash
If you say that something is grist to the mill, you mean that it is useful for a particular purpose or helps support someone's point of view. (all) grist to the mill (all) grist for the mill something that is useful in a particular situation
grain intended to be or that has been ground
Supply; provision
{i} grain which has been ground
In rope making, a given size of rope, common grist being a rope three inches in circumference, with twenty yarns in each of the three strands
Dry mixture of barley malts and adjuncts used in mashing
All grist that comes to my mill All is appropriated that comes to me; all is made use of that comes in my way Grist is all that quantity of corn which is to be ground or crushed at one time The phrase means, all that is brought - good, bad, and indifferent corn, with all refuse and waste - is put into the mill and ground together (See Emolument ) To bring grist to the mill To supply customers or furnish supplies
The grains or adjuncts crushed for mashing
The entire quantity of grain used in the mash
grain that can be ground into flour
Ground corn; that which is ground at one time; as much grain as is carried to the mill at one time, or the meal it produces
grist for the mill
Something that is useful or that creates a favorable opportunity
grist to the mill
Something that is useful or that creates a favorable opportunity

What evil will not a rival say to stop the flow of grist to the mill of the hated one?.

it's all grist to the mill
Everything referred to in the present context has some sort of use

This might all seem grist to Berkeley’s mill. Berkeley himself knew that we interpret our experience in spatio-temporal, objective terms. But he thought we had to ‘speak with the vulgar but think with the learned’: in other words, learn to regard that interpretation as a kind of façon de parler, rather than the description of a real, independent, objective world.


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    /ˈgrəst/ /ˈɡrɪst/

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    [ 'grist ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English grIst; akin to Old English grindan to grind.

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